Interested in a no-hassle way to identify your top-performing servers and give them first crack at your restaurant’s most desirable shifts? That’s one of the capabilities touted by MUSE, a software system from Objective Logistics now in test at the Not Your Average Joe’s chain in Massachusetts. But is scheduling servers really such a burdensome task that you need powerful software to automate it? Objective Logistics, a New Bedford, MA, software startup, describes MUSE ...

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