AT&T will provide connectivity for Squadle’s service management solution, Squadle Checklists. The solution will help streamline restaurant management. It will remotely monitor tasks, inventory and even refrigerator and freezer temperatures.
The AT&T mobile network with its Internet of Things (IoT) platform, AT&T Control Center, will make it possible.
Squadle creates tools and apps thatt automate back-of-house tasks for multi-unit restaurants. Their solutions save the restaurants time and money. Squadle Checklists lets management monitor tasks and inventory on-site andtod remotely – all on the highly reliable AT&T network.
Restaurant managers can monitor tasks with interactive checklists. They get alerts when these tasks are incomplete or a refrigeration system is irregular. And all of this information updates in near real-time.
“The average fast food restaurant is run on paper. This connected solution replaces that outdated and potentially inaccurate method,” said Le Zhang, founder and CEO, Squadle. “The AT&T IoT platform offers flexibility, scalability and reliability – features that simplify processes for our customers.”
“Businesses today need to be agile. And in the fast-paced world of quick-service restaurants, agility is even more important,” said Joe Mosele, vice president, IoT Solutions, AT&T. “The AT&T wireless network will help Squadle give restaurants a simple and more reliable management experience.”
For more information, visit www.squadle.com.