CBORD cashless systems can also incorporate payroll deduction: funds are automatically placed in an employee's account with each pay cycle. Moving to a cashless system saves time and money by allowing users to track balances and set limits, all linked to employee ID cards.
Business campuses are prime locations for successful retail programs. Unlike traditional retail venues, retail spaces on a business campus also function as a service providing respite from the workday, as well as nourishing and supporting employees. Create convenience for employees while reducing costs and boosting revenues.
Our web-based application, NetMenu® is a single enterprise-database that allows you to share data that you choose, standardize business processes, and configure capabilities by segment. These controls enable you to lower food and supply cost by reducing overproduction and slippage, reduce technology costs through a single deployment, and provide nutritional information and analysis for menu planning and reporting.
Help plan your production with a flexible production schedule based on demand. Optimized production saves time, ensures consistency, and reduces shrink—all resulting in a more profitable business. Your kitchen will know how much to make, and ensure the freshest product with forecast-driven production.
CS Gold puts relevant information in front of the right people, whenever and however they need it. CBORD solutions for intelligent video management communicate with other campus technologies to enable event-driven security monitoring. These flexible systems combine video surveillance with access and alarm events. Identify and respond to security incidents promptly and safely.
NetMenu TrayCardTM is a web-based meal service module featuring an inmate card file, sanitary single-use tray cards, production tallies, weight tracking, and access to a wide range of reports. NetMenu TrayCard provides a simple and cost-effective method for fulfilling inmate food preferences, addressing safety concerns, and improving operational efficiency. Multi-site foodservice operators can use NetMenu TrayCard to significantly reduce data entry, instantly update standards, and share common foods and settings across the organization.
The NetMenu data hierarchy model enables corporate dietitians to establish standards for diet restrictions, allergens, supplements, nourishment, adaptive equipment, and common preferences. At the same time, the system is flexible and allows sites to meet the unique needs of their inmate population.