Tag Archives: CaterOps

EXCLUSIVE: Software system tells BaxterStorey when to replace catering equipment

EXCLUSIVE: Software system tells BaxterStorey when to replace catering equipment

A BaxterStorey site in Bristol is set to realise thousands of pounds of savings in capital equipment and energy usage after deploying a system that automatically projects power consumption, carbon footprint and lifecycle costs of catering equipment. FEJ looks at why it could change decisions on kitchen specification forever. BaxterStorey’s heritage is built on the

OPINION: Behavioural change in kitchens can be measured after all

Employees are the most valuable asset within a catering operation and after this utilities are the highest cost. So if you can invest in your staff in a way that will drive down your utility bills, you’ll see results in more ways than one, writes Kate Gould of CaterOps. Catering is not a precise science.

SRA supplier approval for tech system that calculates kitchen energy usage

CaterOps, the company behind a special industry software system that allows operators to forecast energy consumption in their kitchen estates, has gained ‘Approved Supplier’ status with the Sustainable Restaurant Association. The cloud-based technology is designed to help companies easily manage catering assets and predict energy consumption, carbon footprint, lifecycle costs and capital expenditure. These sorts

EXCLUSIVE: The software system that predicts the perfect kitchen

Imagine if you could calculate and project the lifecycle costs, capital replacement costs and carbon footprint of every kitchen you operate for the next five to 15 years? Well, you can, thanks to a new cloud-based service called CaterOps, which has undergone market trials and is now in the process of being launched commercially. The