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The proof was in the data – the statistics from TOM made us create good habits. And now that we’ve created them, the entirety of managing frying oil – from buying and storing to filtering and cleaning – is very easy to manage.
Haley Bitterman
Corporate Executive Chef, Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group

Chef / Bar Louie
People often revert to their old way of doing their jobs. But if they fully understand the benefits behind a business decision, they’re more likely to change for good.
Joe Sciortino
Procurement Manager, Wild Wing Café
I recommend the system to my fellow franchisees. I do think it improves the quality of your product and it does give you the ability to hold your managers accountable and I highly recommend it based on my experience.
Brian Vaughn
Franchisee, Burger King
The results we saw from Restaurant Technologies exceeded our expectations. Thanks to them, we’ve gained optimal control over the cooking-oil handling process, benefiting our bottom line, our customers and our employees.
Jim Hannan
VP Operations, TEAM Schostak
Compliance for filtration went from 43 percent to 95 percent and we have sustained a 21 percent reduction in oil usage for the past three years.
Rick Borchers
DavCo Restaurant
One of the most overlooked process improvements that a restaurant can make is in oil management.
In fact, properly managed oil can have a positive impact on almost every other area of the organization including business operations and finance, employee engagement and costs, and customer satisfaction.

Manage Oil to Manage Operational Costs

Getting the best return on oil investments and related fried food costs is critical to managing any foodservice business. Most organizations have some level of standard operating procedures in place to track basic oil spend and handling costs

The breakdown comes within the traditional manual oil handling process. A series of unconnected events—including oil purchase, delivery, inventory, storage, filling, filtration, disposal and recycling—typically don’t offer any strategic analysis of metrics that lead to process improvements such as oil usage over time, across multiple locations, or within set operating parameters. This leaves a gap where efficiencies are not realized and opportunities for training are missed.

Only a turnkey solution, based on a closed-loop automated oil management system, data capture and sophisticated online reporting tools can provide organizations with access to the right information to enable incremental (or, in some cases, more substantial) oil handling improvements that boost ROI.