From maintaining equipment and ensuring food safety, to optimizing staffing and reducing wait times, the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to transform the way restaurants and food services businesses operate. Learn how Insight’s Connected Platform leverages cameras, sensors and other devices to deliver complete visibility and control across your organization.
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Food service is a competitive industry — modern demands for customization and innovation have only raised the bar.
Zero-waste and sustainable cooking has grown to a top-10 trend in 2019.
The solution? A more fully connected restaurant environment built on the Internet of Things (IoT)
Temperature sensor: “It’s 2 degrees warmer than it should be.”
Door sensor: “Someone left the door open.”
RFID tags & readers: “It’s time to refill the soap dispenser.”
Security cameras: “A customer just walked in!”
Providing a superior guest experience starts behind the scenes. From the back of the house to the front, Insight Connected Platform for Restaurants keeps operation in sync to maximize efficiency, profitability and sataisfaction.
Connect as many devices, sensors and smart appliances as you desire.
Integrate other forms of historical and environmental data.
Scale across as many locations as you need.
A connected restaurant does it all: inventory, sales, training and security. Start by prioritizing your goals, then grow and build on the Connected Platform over time.
As a super solution integrator, Insight delivers a complete turnkey solution backed by our repeatable deployment model, a deep pool of intelligent technology experts and more than 3,500 IT partners.
Request a free alignment session.
Deploy a Proof of Concept (PoC).
Begin production deployment.
Scale deployment across locations.
See how Insight’s Digital Innovation team can help transform your business for the future.
Anzelotti, E. (2017, March 6). For Every $1 Spent on Reducing Food Waste, Companies Save $14. Fast Company.
Energy Star. (n.d.). Energy Star for Small Business Restaurants.
Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington. (2019, Jan. 14). Chefs Tap Zero-Waste Cooking as Sustainability Trend for 2019.
USDA. (n.d.). U.S. Food Waste Challenge – FAQs.