The hospitality industry has been decimated by record layoffs and dismissals. Some restaurateurs see no path forward.
However, some governments are providing huge incentives for companies to retain their staff connections, if not their activity. Everyone realizes that COVID-19 will be moderately controlled
until a vaccine is available.
In the interim, reduced tables and occupancy restrictions will pose, yet another, challenge to bottom line profits. High priced software that takes a growing portion of restaurant profits on each guest, over and over, is hard to justify.
This is especially acute for restaurants that depend on business and consumer travelers to prop-up their bottom line. Most analysts suggest that travel will be slow to rebound until a vaccine is released. This pushes that recovery point out 8-14 months.
Aggressive cost elimination, now, will serve you well on the road to recovery.
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