Canadian Pizza Magazine

ASI releases RM Monitor for mobile management

By Canadian Pizza   

Products Front of House New Products

May 18, 2010, Chicago, IL – Action Systems, Inc. (ASI), makers of the Restaurant Manager POS system commercial released its mobile management application, RM Monitor. RM Monitor is a new service that allows owners and managers to gain real-time visibility into virtually all key operational and management data via mobile devices including an iPhone or BlackBerry, at any time from anywhere.

Even as the restaurant industry begins to recover from the global economic slowdown, the ability to better control costs, prevent losses and improve customer service remain essential components to boosting profits and ensuring efficient operations. Having the ability to monitor information such as sales data, labor and cost ratios, and employee hours worked puts important information at the fingertips of an owner or manager. RM Monitor can generate key alerts when, for example, an employee approaches overtime and or potential fraud activities occur like voids and deletions which can make the difference between a profitable establishment and financial difficulty.

“As restaurants face an increasing challenge to operate as efficiently as possible and not only maintain but also boost revenue the ability to access and utilize key operational data becomes critical. Those that can act, and react, more quickly
and to information will come out ahead in the ultra competitive hospitality industry,” said Alex Malison, CEO of Action Systems. “The main benefit of RM Monitor is that owners and managers now have the information they need at their fingertips to make key decisions no matter the time of day or where they are – from picking up fresh ingredients at the local market, to taking time off at the beach.”

The Restaurant Manager RM Monitor service is constructed to ensure a restaurant remains PCI Compliant and offers access to virtually any information traditionally available only on-site. In addition to receiving information on preconfigured
data, users can request ad-hoc reports to be delivered in a scaled, readable, .pdf format to their mobile device.


Visit ASI for more information.

Print this page


Stories continue below