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Culinary Software Services, the leading provider of back-of-the-house technology for the foodservice industry, is now offering the availability of a Vendor Specific Invoice Export into Jonas Club SoftwareTM. Jonas Club
Management Software is the most widely used Club Management Software in the industry. Summary export interfaces for other accounting systems are already available, providing CorTec and ChefTec users powerful time-saving tools for tracking purchases and accounting. Previously, all vendor invoices could be imported into CorTec and ChefTec and then re-entered into Jonas. The Export to Invoice for Jonas will now enable CorTec and ChefTec to electronically send both summary accounting information such as GL codes/Chart of Accounts as well as detailed item information. The export can also be automated for a full-cycle workflow from Ordering through Purchasing through Accounting. Culinary Software Services won the IQ Award
for Software Products & Services and ChefTec has won twice the Innovator's Award for Technology from the California Restaurant Association. For more information visit
Monday Night Brewing has plans to build a second brewery that will focus on barrel-aged and sour beers, lo- cated in a new complex that is now under construction. The
first location is at 670
Trabert Ave NW in
Atlanta. From their
website: “We are build-
ing this brewery along one of
the largest urban renewal projects in the country: the BeltLine. We are plant- ing an urban orchard to aid in wild fer- mentation. We are opening a 2nd tasting room as part of this new devel- opment.” The space will be about 22,000 square feet and has yet to be named officially. A summer opening is planned. Phone for the first is 404.352.7703.
There are two things customers want in restrooms. Cleanliness, and knowing when the rest-
room is available. Heads-
up Lock Company has
now taken an innovative
and affordable ap-
proach to visibly show-
ing whether restrooms
are occupied or vacant
from a distance. When
the restroom is in use, an eye-pleasing red & green light is viewable to each pa- tron in the room or area. This elimi- nates unnecessary trips to check if anyone is in the restroom. It also in-
creases user privacy knowing it is un- likely that someone will be jiggling the knob to get in. This is especially good news for folks with a handicap who find it challenging to make
the trip in the first place. For more information visit
Squadle, a pioneer in au- tomating multi-unit restaurant op- erations, announced the issuance of Patent 9,534,938 covering automated handheld measurement devices and al- gorithms. The first product to implement this technology is the Zero-TouchTM temperature probe, which will soon be available through select hardware part-
ners. The handheld technology joins other "Internet of Things" sensors in Squadle's back-of-house automation platform. Squadle's Zero-TouchTM tem- perature probe enables food service workers to take food and equipment temperatures 83% faster than with a manual thermometer. Workers save on average 1 hour a day while multi-unit owners receive peace of mind through up-to-the minute food safety compli- ance. Squadle – - cus- tomers experience up to 10% higher per store profits by saving employees' and
managers' time and reducing food spoilage, according to
Atlanta residents can expect to see new innovative restau- rants, some with flare and some with just good old fashioned hospi- tality. Charlene Marguerite Diaz, owner of the soon to open Marguerite’s Jerk Bistro, a small casual sit-down restaurant that will highlight all of the Jamaican classics. This new restaurant is set to open at The Beacon Atlanta in 2017. The new Caribbean-in-
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