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By Liz Barrett
New technology means operators can be on an island in the Pacific and still grow their business — as long as there is Wi-Fi.
Before the Internet and smartphones, restaurant operators needed to be present for nearly every move made inside their four walls. Schedules needed approval, deliveries required a signature, and reports demanded a nightly tally by hand. Today, cloud-based technologies help operators stay tethered while managing day-to-day operations from afar.
Here are five tools for off-site management:
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ABOUT: LIZ BARRETT
Liz Barrett is an award-winning journalist and author with an extensive background in food writing. Her writing includes informative and insightful pieces on the restaurant industry, hospitality trends, and creative aspects to food creation and presentation.