There’s nothing new about using last year’s sales data to predict upcoming demand—it’s called budgeting and restaurant managers do it all the time. But with the increasing prevalence of what is commonly referred to as “big data,” more information is available to help managers better optimize their revenue. Sales data is commonly used to make regular restaurant decisions, such as how many employees to put on the schedule and how much food to order. Beyond ...
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