Month: March 2019

Some thoughts on software integrations…

We’ve been working on some integrations with POS systems and so far have had some pretty nice success building a way for our customers to enforce their scheduled shifts times in their POS – so employees are unable to clock in early. It saves them money – which is nice. There are other areas that […]

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Podcast: The amazing Cheetie Kumar joins the podcast

3-time James Beard award nominee (2017, 2081, 2019) Cheetie Kumar, chef/owner of Garland, Neptune’s Parlour, and Kings in Raleigh, NC was recently profiled in the New York Times and was named as one of the 25 Southerners of the Year by Southern Living Magazine in 2018. She’s as humble as she is brilliant at her […]

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Podcast: Prohibition’s Ray Burns & Alexa Pavloski share their stories

We were lucky to have a chance to sit down with both Ray Burns (co-owner) and Alexa Pavloski (Events Director) to learn the story of Prohibition, which has very successful, popular locations in Charleston, SC and Savannah, GA. We talked about everything from the New York bar scene (where Ray got his start), the many […]

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Podcast: Bohemian Bull owner Chad Biel shares his story

Like so many successful restaurant owners, Chad Biel grew up cooking and started working in restaurants at age 16 as a dishwasher. Since then he’s had years of corporate experience with Carrabba’s and Chick-fil-A where he learned about having great systems and organization, but also learned he wanted to be a part of something with […]

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Podcast: “I fell in love with food and service and never looked back”

Nick Barr, chef and kitchen manager at Buxton Hall Barbecue in Asheville, NC, is a thoughtful, passionate person who cares deeply about hospitality. He’s been in the industry since he started working at age 15, and has a great story to tell of learning about himself and what matters to him while working at a […]

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