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    Syrus Brings App to Android

  • Industry News November 21, 2014

    Syrus Restaurant Information Services adds to its restaurant management solutions by releasing the first version of its Android app, a complement to its previously released iOS app. The app offers restaurant operators a new way to stay connected with their business by providing historical and real time information on store performance—like sales, labor, voids, and promotional product sales—that is compatible with data from a multitude of point of sale software manufacturers and configurations. 

    With the launch of the MySyrus Android app, corporate staff and franchisees will be able to keep virtual watch over multiple restaurants at any given time. It is the latest in a series of technology enhancements from Syrus to give customers increased mobility with their data in real time.

    “Mobility is at the heart of much of what we are implementing today to dramatically improve how our customers access and manage information,” says Jim Karam, president and CEO of Syrus. “The MySyrus app, available on iOS and now Android, for above-store reporting is the perfect complement to the mobile Ordering and Inventory Management apps we recently released.Now, whether you’re an in-store manager or a multi-unit operator or executive, Syrus has a mobile solution for you that meets the demands of your ever-changing responsibilities.”

    With the new MySyrus Android app, customers will be able to view multiple locations at once; view critical restaurant metrics in real time; view sales by date, time period, and at market or restaurant level; View labor guide with actual hours by location; view employees on the clock versus scheduled; monitor the number of voids per store with access to check detail; view LTO percent of sales and LTO dollars per location; monitor discounts by cashier, register, product, payment type; search for a check and see check details; and view alerts sent directly to app.

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