Most restaurants have a paper-based manager logbook in the back office. It’s used to help managers communicate, assign tasks, schedule meetings, keep checklists, let the next manager know what time the beer delivery guy is this afternoon, etc. It’s a simple organizational tool that all managers use.
And for years the only option was pencil and paper and a book that had to stay at the restaurant. Coffee could be spilled on it. It could be lost. A recently fired manager could take it on his way out the door. Any number of things could happen to cause disruptions, confusion, and headaches.
Alas, no longer. Available from anywhere with Internet access (computer or mobile device), never lost or damaged, customizable – the list of benefits over paper-based books goes on and on. And of course Schedulefly’s customers leverage “FlyNotes,” our terribly simple, intuitive, customizable, web-based manager communication tool….
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Keepin’ It Simple & Fun,
Wil @ Schedulefly