Partnerships, Restaurants

Piik Partners with 7shifts to Offer Restaurants Unparalleled Insights for Business Decision-Making

Piik Partners with 7shifts to Offer Restaurants Unparalleled Insights for Business Decision-Making

Integration takes restaurant operations management to the next level by seamlessly connecting disparate systems

Toronto, ON, October 17, 2018 Unifying labor management and business intelligence so restaurateurs can make smarter business decisions, Piik, the premier restaurant data analytics platform, announces a new partnership with 7shifts, the industry leading employee scheduling software  Restaurants using Piik and 7shifts together will now have instant access to intelligent labor insights that increase profitability and business performance.

“We benefit from the Piik and 7shifts integration, not only from the business insights provided but from a labor management perspective as well,” says Brett Toskan, COO of Toronto’s Impact Kitchen. “Piik’s robust analytics and reporting provide us with the information we need to make better business decisions while reducing time spent digging for data, and the fact that it integrates with 7shifts means we can make effective and efficient labor decisions that drive profitability.”

“We are excited to partner with 7shifts and bring a holistic data analytics solution to restaurants,” said Atif Ansari, Founder & President of Piik. “Restaurateurs today are busier than ever, and benefit greatly when they have access to a powerful analytics tool such as Piik to make smarter, data-driven decisions in managing and profitably growing their business.”

The integration between 7shifts and Piik sends labor data from 7shifts directly into Piik through a seamless, turnkey integration. This data is used by Piik’s machine-learning algorithms to recognize patterns and provide restaurateurs with perfectly-timed strategic insights that can help:

+ Reduce labor costs
+ Increase labor productivity
+ Increase sales and profitability
+ Save time by identifying operational inefficiencies