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The pros and cons of using EMV in the restaurant industry

EMV is the chip technology in credit cards that is offered as a more secure alternative to swiping a credit or debit card. The chip is used to create an encrypted on-time use transaction code to interact with the payment terminal. This extra layer of security makes EMV a far better choice for consumers for …

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Why Your Point of Sale System Sucks

Introduction Your current point of sale system stinks because it doesn’t give you the flexibility to run your business your way and on your terms. Consider the Following Do you have a choice as to which payment processor you use, or do you have to use the one your point of sale system requires you …

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Nimble – The Ideal Solution for Enterprise POS IT Departments

Introduction The Enterprise restaurant landscape is vastly different than the mom-and-pop store and small chain landscape. A true Enterprise grade point of sale system must meet requirements that are not easily or readily met with most commercial off the shelf (COTS) POS systems. Nimble, however, was designed to be Enterprise IT friendly. This white paper …

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The Case for Using Build Items in Your Menu

Introduction Constructing a restaurant menu can be done by either creating all menu items as end products only, or by building end products from component items. While there are advantages and disadvantageous to each method, many restaurant managers and owners may find more value in building from low level items as part of a process …

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Grouping Items – Deep Dive

Introduction Managing ingredients is a key part of proper menu management. Some ingredients are shared between different menu items, some items can be substituted for other ingredients, while other items are unique to a single dish. In order to best leverage the Nimble tagging system when designing a menu, care should be taken up-front to …

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Data Driven Approach to Managing Cost of Goods Sold WIP

Introduction Restaurants have two main variable costs- cost of goods sold, and cost of labor. These directly scale up and down based on sales. In order to effectively manage a restaurant, Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) must be carefully managed. This white paper will delve into the tools and methodology a restaurant owner or manager …

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Data Driven Approach to Labor Management

Introduction Restaurants have two main variable costs- cost of goods sold, and cost of labor. These directly scale up and down based on sales. In order to effectively manage a restaurant, labor costs must be carefully managed. This white paper will delve into the tools and methodology a restaurant owner or manager can use to …

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Contactless Payment

The case for Contactless Payments WIP Level: Basic What is a contactless payment? A contactless payment is any form of payment that does not rely on the customer physically interacting with a store payment device or handing over cash or credit / debit cards over to a cashier or wait staff. Forms of Contactless Payment …

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As the best point of sale and restaurant management solution, Nimble will work with you to identify your frustrations with your current system and customize a complete solution that meets your unique needs, leaving no stone left unturned.

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