Bakers Journal

RC pairs with MeazureUp to digitize QA & checklists

March 3, 2020
By Bakers Journal

logo courtesy of Restaurants Canada

Restaurants Canada has partnered with MeazureUp to digitize routine quality audits, assessments and checklists. This will allow foodservice operators to track their operations and ensure brand consistency straight from their mobile devices and from anywhere.

Through this partnership, Restaurants Canada members will receive up to 35 per cent off on the complete MeazureUp solution, which includes AuditApp and DailyChex. This lets operators standardize and optimize brand consistency while enhancing the level of service at their locations through the MeazureUp digital application.

Ray Abramson, MeazureUp’s COO, stated in a press release, “Replacing those paper checklists hung on clipboards in the backs of bathrooms and kitchens ensures that restaurants have access to quantifiable data to make educated decisions. Also, if a health inspector visits their store, they don’t have to worry about digging through old checklists or binders, they can just log into the MeazureUp dashboard and easily download daily logs.”

With the ability to automate routine quality assessments for brands of any size, MeazureUp gives operators the ability to streamline and speed up the inspection and audit process. This helps ensure locations are complying with brand procedures while providing data and analytics on performance. Aside from the time saved on reporting, operators are able to quickly identify issues and take corrective action.


“Operators must ensure that their restaurant is consistently delivering an enjoyable and safe experience for all customers,” said Christopher Barry, director of membership at Restaurants Canada. “With MeazureUp, there’s no more worrying about operational logistics going bad, allowing operators and managers to free up time to focus on employees and on the quality of food and service.”

To learn more about the MeazureUp program offer for members of Restaurants Canada, or call 1-800-387-5649 and speak to a Member Services representative.

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