Technical management systems, including automation and integration, have helped the food service network grow again after the crisis caused by Kovid-19. Brasilia is one such example, preparing to resume its leading role in the national gastronomic scene with the help of automation. The Federal District is the third largest gastronomic center in Brazil, just behind the Rio-Sao Paulo axis.
During this time of expansion of operations, including the creation of gastronomic spaces and the expansion of the Central Plateau restaurant chain, many companies have used technology to manage their business. These are systems that enable process automation to further professionalize, reduce operational activity, increase time gain, and increase productivity, as these software allow business analysis and help make concrete decisions.
“We have chosen to invest in systems to gain more control and security in our processes, primarily through the integration of our stores through centralized backoffices. This has made the processes more consistent and made management more professional and organized, ”said Vender Fonseca de Oliveira, a network and data communications analyst at Mult, a group investing in technology for management. The group is responsible for the Argentine restaurant Caminito Parilla, Nazo Japanese Food, along with two other stores, and food! Specializes in pox and salads.
There was the option to work with EVEREST 3.0, a special management platform in the food service, developed by ACOM Sistemas, Foodtech in Paran असलेल्या with expertise in managing restaurant chains – and which is expanding its operations in the federal capital to a greater extent. Food markets in the region.
According to Eduardo Ferreira, CCO of the technology company, “One of the most appealing issues for customers looking for Everest is the solution that focuses not only on store management but all stores in the network. . , Perfect moment to live in Brasilia Market ”.
Examples brought by experts include inventory management, which ranges from the procurement process, which can be centralized or per-store, negotiating with suppliers, auditing receipts, to maintain the general stock of the network. The system itself, based on machine learning, allows the manager to analyze the detailed information of the objects in his hand, such as average price, movement, break, waste rate,; In short, everything to help make the right decision for the business.
“We need more inventory control and more organization in scheduling payments. Reports of system adoption in our units are of course the main issue, ”said Elson Souza Sequeira, Logistics Manager and responsible for the back-end of the Sante Bar e restaurant chain, which also owns two stores in Brasilia. Açai Artesanal. , Which has five stores.
Ferreira also explains that the financial and financial management promoted by EVEREST is also integrated with the rest of the operation, and that whatever happens in the business routine is directly reflected in the numbers and calculations made by the system. The information generated can be managed individually, by store-by-store inspections, or collectively, with reports providing an overview of the company’s financial and accounting health. It is accessible to all responsible teams, whether internal or outsourced.
The EVEREST execution process is performed remotely, following a user-friendly model, which allows installation without interrupting the client’s operations, i.e. without affecting the business routine. Since this is a highly specialized solution in the food service, each stage of the implementation process was designed and organized to meet the minimum needs of the customer, possibly because ACOM Systems has a team that has come from the market and knows the main challenges. Who want to develop in the department.
The opportunities that ACOM Systems is getting in the Planalto Central region are in line with the growth aspirations of the company, which has carefully studied the developments in the Federal Capital Territory and is confident that they can contribute and do much more. Development of this important center of gastronomic. “Companies in Brasilia have features that we are very much used to. Big business, be it a store or a chain of stores, but with a desire to change their management and take their results to another level, “says Eduardo Ferreira, CCO of ACOM Systems.