There is no limit to the amount of KPIs you can track and manage in your restaurant, so it can be hard to decide which ones to focus on and which ones to overlook. Once you have set your key metrics, you must ensure that you have the means to track them. If you are using disparate systems to manage the various parts of your business – for example using one software system to handle vendors, another one for staff management, a third one for finances and accounting, a fourth one for the Point of Sale – chances are you lack clarity and visibility over your business. The best decision you can take to drive profitability in your restaurant(s) is to ensure you’re using a unified system that collects all the data you need in a single database, where they will be available for you to assess, measure and adjust. Before you start lining up your KPIs, review your current restaurant management solution and determine if you have all the data and visualization capabilities needed to effectively assess and affect operational performance. Want to learn more about how an all-in-one technology platform can change the way you track and manage your business and operations? Schedule a demo of LS Nav Hospitality today.