Fat’s Restaurants Deploys Ctuit RADAR to Maximize Business Insight

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Restaurant accesses critical back-of-house data and payroll information

Ctuit Software, a leader in business intelligence software for restaurants, announced that Fat’s Restaurants selected Ctuit’s RADAR solution to gain insight into critical back-of-house data and process payroll information easily across its sites. Fat’s Restaurants owns and operates five restaurants in the Sacramento, California area and is the oldest restaurant company in Sacramento. It was founded by the late Frank Fat in 1939 and the restaurant that bears his name is in fact the oldest restaurant in the same location and operated by the same family in the Sacramento region.

Fat’s Restaurants required a solution to ensure that executives and management teams had access to the most up-to-date information from all five of its locations to track labor and sales. Historically, prior to Ctuit, the restaurant group had used simple spreadsheets and manually entered information which was time consuming, prone to errors and contained older data.

Fat’s Restaurants implemented Ctuit’s RADAR web-based solution and now, can easily download sales and labor information automatically from all of its sites. Payroll information is readily available to be processed with the solution. RADAR’s Labor Law and Break Compliance Module ensures the restaurant is in compliance with California’s complicated staffing laws including occurrence of meal breaks and when overtime and double time are introduced.

“The sophistication of Ctuit’s RADAR technology has made a positive impact at Fat’s Restaurants. With reports and trends generated from RADAR, our executive team can use that information to guide overall business strategy and decision-making,” commented Collin Fat, vice president and director of operations, Fat’s Restaurants. “In the hospitality industry, it’s all about taking care of people. In turn, the Ctuit people behind RADAR help us take care of tracking and analyzing our critical business information.”

“Fat’s Restaurants has been a dedicated and loyal client for several years. We look forward to continuing to provide the highest level of service to them,” said Rob D’Ambrosia, president and CEO, Ctuit Software. “Fat’s Restaurant has experienced the value of implementing RADAR to manage their entire business. The solution provides everyone from restaurant managers to executives a wealth of actionable tools to enhance positive change in their organization.”

Ctuit RADAR is a complete above-store, BI, Analytical and Financial reporting tool that gives the entire management team deep insight and control to quickly identify trends and operational issues. Ctuit RADAR users make informed, fact-based decisions critical to success.

About Ctuit Software
Ctuit Software Inc. was founded in San Rafael, California, in 2000 with a mission to develop and deliver Business Intelligence and Decision Support Infrastructure to the restaurant industry. Ctuit’s RADAR - extracts the critical data from sales, labor, and accounting that yields key intelligence upon which profitable business decisions are made. In addition, operational, financial and exception based reporting is available company-wide. With Ctuit RADAR - accounting, finance, marketing and operations can make changes to improve customer satisfaction, sales and margins. Ctuit Software is a private, employee owned company with its corporate office based in Novato, California. For more information, visit http://www.ctuit.com.

About Fat’s Restaurants
Fat’s Restaurants owns and operates five restaurants in the Sacramento, California area and is the oldest restaurant company in Sacramento. It was founded by the late Frank Fat in 1939 and the restaurant that bears his name is in fact the oldest restaurant in the same location and operated by the same family in the Sacramento region. For more information, visit http://www.fatsrestaurants.net/.

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