Hospitailty Case Studies
The first Red Rooster restaurant was opened in Western Australia in 1972 and has grown to become Australia's largest roast chicken operator. Red Rooster has over 360 stores and employs around 5000 staff. In addition to their long established roast A-grade fresh chicken and famous chips, Red Rooster also offers healthy baguettes and salads, plus delicious burgers and wraps.
Sun State Foods has a red rooster franchise with 24 stores across the state of Queensland. Each of the 24 stores has been equipped with a PDA running BrandM8, allowing each store to conduct daily in store food safety checks.
BrandM8 is used to conduct daily temperature checks for hot/cold food and equipment such as cool rooms. To ensure accurate and reliable temperature readings, the PDA is linked to a Bluetooth temperature probe that automatically records the temperature for each relevant question within the checklist. BrandM8 is also used to record daily cleaning checks within the store.
After each checklist has been completed the data is automatically sent to Sun State Foods centrally hosted BrandM8 server. Managers and Directors can run reports that provide them with up to date operational information across their 24 stores, allowing immediate action to be taken where necessary.
Visit the red rooster website www.redrooster.com.au
Wagamama have more than 90 restaurants around the world - from the UK, Europe, the Pacific Rim, the Middle East and USA. Wagamama is the most popular chain of award-winning Asian inspired noodle restaurant in Australia.
There are 10 franchised stores in Australia using BrandM8 for daily operational checks.
Visit the wagamama website www.wagamama.com.au