New White Paper Helps Restaurant Managers Understand the Value of Oil Management

 

February 25, 2013

Automation, dashboards and accountability lead to financial and soft returns

MINNEAPOLIS – Feb. 25, 2013 – Stiff competition, rising commodity prices and employee costs are driving restaurant managers to look closer at how cooking oil management can impact food costs, operational efficiency, food quality and consistency, safety, cleanliness and sustainability.

A free white paper designed for restaurant owners and managers, The Oil Management Value Chain: ROI at Each Stepdescribes how automating the oil-management process can lead to improvements in key areas of the restaurant business.

Examples of successful oil management are provided by restaurant managers from large scale franchisees and small chains. Top performers, such as Applebee’s, KFC, Wild Wing Café and others, describe the volume of oil saved, improvements to food quality, and the positive impact on safety and kitchen cleanliness in the paper.

Actual customers illustrate how a turnkey oil management system can provide the data and reporting needed to manage oil usage and filtration practices, as well as train employees on best practices for oil management.

The free white paper is available online at www.rti-inc.com/downloads/.

About The Author: Restaurant Technologies Inc. (RTI) helps restaurants improve operational efficiency, food quality and consistency, safety, cleanliness and sustainability through consulting and solutions around cooking oil management. The company’s fully automated oil storage, handling and disposal management system helps increase worker safety, improve restaurant cleanliness and minimize frying-oil inconveniences. RTI data-management solutions provide restaurant decision makers with increased visibility into oil usage for better food quality and consistency. Headquartered in Mendota Heights, Minn., RTI serves more than 19,000 customers via 41 oil service centers throughout the U.S. Visit RTI online atwww.rti-inc.com.

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