The commercial kitchen is at the heart of any foodservice establishment. It determines the speed of service, and perhaps most importantly, has the strongest relationship with guest experience. Over the last few years, more restaurants have made the transition to kitchen automation software in order to streamline their operations.
As a result, today’s suppliers are busy rolling out ranges of new equipment that use digital, app-based modern technologies to improve workflow. While digitalization is by no means new, what is entirely innovative is the speed and intensity with which it permeates almost all areas of society – even professional kitchens.
For example, today the use of digital cross-linking unites the data of different pieces of equipment belonging to an operation, so that a chef is able to recognize, whether he or she exceeds a critical limit of their power consumption, thus generating increased electricity costs. This, in turn, translates into potential savings in terms of overall restaurant costs for owners and managers.
Additionally, digital cross-linking can help initiate measures for preventive maintenance, so that the off-times of systems with corresponding checks by service staffs are minimized.
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