Compeat Advisor to Discuss Delivery, Technology and Labor Strategies on RFDC Panel
Compeat, a leading provider of innovative restaurant accounting, back office, workforce, and intelligence management software, has announced that they will participate in a panel discussion at the 2019 Restaurant Finance and Development Conference (RFDC).
Rob D’Ambrosia, founder and former CEO of Ctuit Software who now serves as a strategic advisor to Compeat, will join industry experts on Monday, November 11th at 12:45 pm–1:45 pm in the Monet Ballroom 2&3 to discuss the topic “The Consensus Forming Around Delivery, Technology, and Labor.” The panel, moderated by Fred LeFranc, CEO of Results thru Strategy, will discuss how technical advances, lifestyle changes, wage pressures, and labor shortages are changing the restaurant industry and provide answers to operators on moving forward into a new world.
RFDC is a must-attend event for restaurant owners, operators, and executives of multi-unit restaurant companies, both independent and franchised. Held annually, conference attendees can find accurate and up-to-date financial, economic and operating information, which will help them operate and finance their own companies.
RFDC attendees are invited to stop by Booth 706 to learn about Compeat’s newest offering, Compeat Pay. Compeat Pay automates the payment process, solving a huge pain point for restaurant operators. It works hand in hand with Compeat’s integrated Accounting and Inventory software, Advantage, making it seamless for customers to simplify their entire payment process. Automating the payment process can save operators 100+ hours per year and the average restaurant can earn up to $2,000 cash back annually.
“Compeat Pay has been a game changer for our customers,” states Kristi Turner, CMO of Compeat. “With Compeat Pay, our experts take care of ACH payment processing, check printing, mailing, and coordination of your monthly payments. It saves accounting teams significant time, provides a more secure payment option, and can earn them cash back annually.”