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4 Questions to See if You’re Setting Your Business Up for a Bleak Winter

Posted by Shannon Kenny on 9/6/17 3:31 PM

The best companies stay ahead of the curve by predicting and preparing for the worst. The winter is inevitable, so a pragmatic and effective snow removal plan during the season should also be on ice. Before it’s too late, ask yourself the following questions:

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Making Foodservice Repairs and Maintenance Convenient

Posted by Nate Manning on 8/8/17 4:39 PM

As competition rises among convenience stores, retailers have been on the lookout for the perfect opportunity to tie-the-knot with the foodservice industry. Traditional convenience stores may offer a smaller variety of accessible snacks for consumers on the move. However, adding fresh, made-to-order products, ready-to-eat sandwiches and salads to their inventory will give consumers an added reason to shop their brand.

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SMS Assist Featured in Retail & Restaurant Facility Business

Posted by Elisabeth Klisser on 5/12/17 9:54 AM

Our VP of Business Development for SMS Assist, Sean Hartnett, was recently featured in Retail & Restaurant Facility Business magazine. His article, Transparent Data Strategy, dives into the importance of using FM data and transparency to drive results like improved customer experience and bottom line.

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3 Ways That Asset Management Improves Your Bottom Line

Posted by Guy Edasis on 3/30/17 12:26 PM

The long-term value proposition of asset management combines asset optimization, strategic decision making and a higher return on investment. In the narrowest sense, it monitors costs and supports peak asset performance. Broadly, it facilitates vital document storage and accessibility, maintenance and repair cost management, vendor management and regulatory compliance.

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3 Ways to Maintain (or Improve) Restaurant Brand Experience

Posted by Guy Edasis on 3/1/17 3:09 PM

Brand extends far beyond a logo. The best companies have a strong experiential component that relates to the way they use their space to make you feel specific emotions as part of their brand experience. Think about the best-in-class restaurant brands and how they set an exact tone and feel the minute you enter the door. The way a restaurant looks and the way guests feel during their dining experience affects brand arguably more than a catchy jingle or a funny commercial.

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