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Jennifer Day

Jennifer Day
Jennifer Day has over 16 years of experience in the marketing and communications field. Before joining the Ctuit marketing team, Jennifer previously worked at a major telecom company and was in marketing communications for a major point of sales (POS) manufacturer and software provider. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge on POS technologies, software and back office systems and the understanding of how they all work together to create a seamless customer experience while increasing profitability.

Recent Posts

Are You Ready for Some Football?

Restaurant Management, Manage Your Business, Customer Loyalty, Restaurant Tips

Oct 17

It’s fall, which means shorter days, cooler weather, and FOOTBALL.  Proactively working to get customers in your door and then having your own game plan for success while they are there is key to winning during this busy season.

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Accounting: When To Seek Help

Restaurant Management, Manage Your Business, Accounting

Oct 04

If you want to keep your own books to stay connected to where your money is going, that is completely understandable, but you should try not to lose site of the big picture.  Below are a few signs that you may need to seek help with your...

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Tips on Ordering, Receiving and Storing Product

Cost of Goods Sold, Restaurant Management, Menu Pricing, Manage Your Business, Inventory

Sep 12

If you can get through to your next ordering day with no leftover product, no spoilage, and not having to 86 any menu items, then you are winning at ordering.  However, this is hardly the case for most of us.  Still, you shouldn’t forget that the...

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How to Keep Inventory Control Under Control

Cost of Goods Sold, Restaurant Management, Manage Your Business, Inventory

Sep 07

Inventory control is extremely important to a restaurant’s profitability.  Knowing your inventory and understanding how it moves can improve how you order product, reduce waste, and help deter theft. 

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Weighing In on Weighing In

Starting a Restaurant, Restaurant Management, Manage Your Business, Restaurant Career

Aug 29

When creating your menu, you (or someone in your company) took a lot of time and effort to dial in those recipes.  This goes far beyond tuning the tastes – a really good recipe also takes each ingredient’s availability, food cost, prep time,...

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How to Keep Inventory Control Under Control

Cost of Goods Sold, Restaurant Management, Manage Your Business, Inventory

Aug 10

Inventory control is extremely important to a restaurant’s profitability.  Knowing your inventory and understanding how it moves can improve how you order product, reduce waste, and help deter theft.

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Tips for Hiring Seasonal Employees

Restaurant Management, Manage Your Business, Optimize Labor, Labor Scheduling

Jul 27

Summer is here.  If your restaurant is located near a large city or tourist area, you may be enjoying a boost in sales.  Knowing that these crowds are temporary, you may find that seasonal help is just what you need to get you through this...

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The Importance of Networking with Fellow Industry Professionals

Restaurant Management, Manage Your Business

May 31

The life of a restauranteur is busy.  Very busy.  Probably so busy that the last thing you want to do is stand on your feet for hours on your day off, talking to other restaurant people.  But networking is vital to your restaurant career. 

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Getting Started: Networking in the Restaurant Industry

Restaurant Management, Manage Your Business

May 23

Social networking is great, but it is still important to get out and have some face time with other professionals in your field. After reading about how important it is to network with other restaurant professionals, try to get yourself out there...

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Are You Dealing with Burnout?

Restaurant Management, Server Performance, Restaurant Career

May 03

To most, the service industry is a lifestyle, rather than a job.  You probably chose this path because you are not the type to be tied to a desk for 8 hours a day.  You enjoy the constant movement and buzzing of the restaurant. 

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