Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
The number of entries in ShiftNote has doubled almost every year, with 2012 bringing in just over 5 million entries. There are over 20,000 users that sign in to ShiftNote on a daily basis to detail incidents that occur during their shifts, to help reduce labor costs, improve team communication and maximize productivity. Traditionally a task completed by hand writing details into paper logbooks, ShiftNote is revolutionizing the way management teams are communicating, saving them time and money.
“We’re incredibly excited about the number of businesses that have adopted ShiftNote into their daily routine,” Says ShiftNote Managing Partner, Matthew Hench. “We’re committed to helping them and all business teams communicate more efficiently, and we have some exciting things up our sleeves for 2013.”
Hench believes that 2013 will be the year that restaurants and other businesses alike will ditch the paper and convert to digital methods for completing their daily management tasks and daily operations.
ShiftNote users include managers, owners, regional directors, and human resource employees of single and multi-unit restaurants, hotels and resorts, retail stores, healthcare facilities, municipal departments, and industrial plants. Current companies that have locations using ShiftNote for shift-to-shift communication include Landry’s Inc., California Pizza Kitchen, Tommy Bahama, Hilton, Famous Dave’s, Panera Bread and Smokey Bones.
Launched in 2002, ShiftNote was formed to replace traditional paper logbooks used in the hospitality industry with a digital format. ShiftNote started in Kansas City, MO, and has since grown to have satellite offices in both Detroit, MI and Seattle, WA. Their mission is to continue developing easy to use, intuitive communication software that can be used anytime, anyplace. For more information about ShiftNote and their innovative communication tools, visit http://www.shiftnote.com.