The quality management and data technology company BarTrack, and the leading point-of-service (POS) supplier for craft food and beverage businesses, Arryved, announce an integrated relationship for front-of-house bar and taproom operations.
Breweries, bars, and restaurant management teams can use the industry-leading, one-of-a-kind reports that BarTrack’s beverage and quality monitoring insights integrate with Arryved’s sales and revenue data to identify where, when, why, and how waste occurs, improve management efficiency, and boost revenue.
Bar Track’s system offers real-time metrics on a dozen beverage-specific variables affecting beverage quality, including flow and keg levels, line temperature, pressure, cooler health, line cleanliness, and more. It also features the first beverage sensor without moving parts and obstructing draught lines, along with the Bar Track interface that easily integrates Arryved’s sales data to show the causes of waste as a beer is poured.
By utilizing Bar Track and Arryved, current users of the integration can increase pouring efficiency from an average of 47% to as high as 97% by the end of the first month, saving an average of $5,000 per week.
Management teams have access to comprehensive real-time data on each pour from inventory to sale thanks to BarTrack’s draught monitoring system and Arryved’s POS. It is possible to identify if the losses are attributable to inventory management operations, machinery, or a human mistake, thanks to insights that are precise to the minute and the ounce.
Apocalypse Ale Works, a craft brewery in Forest, Va., used Bar Track and Arryved together to cut its pour cost from 12.8% to 7.5%, a 5% overall reduction, in just three months.
Arryved, Inc., a point-of-service (POS) software firm based in Boulder, Colorado, was established in 2016 and focused on the craft food, beverage, and entertainment service sectors. It has developed from a concept on a beer coaster to a renowned platform that serves thousands of happy accounts in just six short years.