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HotSchedules Launches OpX Roadshow for Restaurant Leaders and Operators

February 08, 2018 Industry News
Industry News

HotSchedules, provider of Clarifi, the first cloud-based intelligent operating platform for restaurants, announced the launch of its OpX Roadshow, a powerful half-day event packed with cutting-edge educational content on emerging trends and premier networking opportunities for executive restaurant leaders and operators.  

The OpX Roadshow will feature an overview of national industry trends, panels from experienced restaurant leaders, as well as deep-dive educational and networking sessions on the local and regional issues impacting multi-unit and enterprise brands.

Predictive scheduling and labor compliance challenges will be among the timely topics covered in a panel during the roadshow’s first two stops in Portland and Seattle. HotSchedules’ solutions experts will also share the best practices and business results achieved by top brands using HotSchedules workforce and intelligent back office solutions.

"After over twenty years of partnering with our customers to solve some of the industry's most complex challenges, we've learned a few things about the drivers of their success," says David Cantu, co-founder and chief customer officer of HotSchedules. "Achieving operational excellence in today's environment hinges on two critical issues: developing and retaining great managers and arming them with emerging tools to prepare and perform in the face of the unpredictable. The OpX Roadshow is a must-attend event for restaurant executives and key leadership teams who want to learn from other top leaders and discover innovative ways to overcome today’s toughest challenges.”

The OpX Roadshow events will take place on February 27 in Portland, Oregon, followed by Seattle on March 1, and Los Angeles on March 13. Additional OpX Roadshow dates and locations, including Atlanta, Georgia and other cities across the U.S. will be announced in the coming months.

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