posts tagged as Inventory


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | June 13, 2019

The Counter: Restaurant Industry Scorecard for Q1 2019

Restaurants fared well through the 1st quarter of 2019, posting a 1.5% gain in same-store sales for the industry overall. But, as pressure on profit margins and fierce competition continue to weigh on the industry, some restaurants are... read more


By Mike Feiszli | October 30, 2018

Restaurants Aren’t Immune to Wayfair’s Sales Tax Changes

This summer, the U.S. Supreme Court created a watershed moment in state taxation with its decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair. Today, restaurants can alter their state and local tax processes to comply with the decision’s new economic... read more


By David Berliner | May 02, 2018

How Bankrupt Retailers Treat Customer Deposits & Consignment Inventory

After filing for bankruptcy, retailers manage customer deposits and consigned inventory according to their specific circumstances. read more


By David Berliner | March 22, 2018

Retail in the Red: BDO Bi-Annual Bankruptcy Update

Retail bankruptcy filings continued at a rapid pace in the second half of 2017. Should retailers expect a steady stream of filings this year? read more


By Clark Schweers | September 27, 2016

Preventing Finances from Spoiling When a Food Recall Hits

Food contamination and recall issues are becoming more commonplace, and the scale of the problem is growing, affecting some of the biggest names in consumer product goods. read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | February 08, 2016

Cost and Inventory Issues for Brewpubs

There are many ways to lose money in any restaurant. One of the most vulnerable areas for squandering big dollars is the management of food and beverage costs and inventory. Spoilage, theft, over-production, waste, poor planning and... read more


How Retailers Can Create a More Seamless Shopping Experience Online and Off for Consumers

Retailers reached nearly $3 billion in sales this past Cyber Monday, according to Adobe systems, and demand outpaced expectations for some retailers. read more


By Rick Schreiber | February 27, 2015

West Coast Ports Whats Next for Retailers?

Last weekend, the labor dispute between the Pacific Maritime Association International Longshore and Warehouse Union, which has slowed the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports for several months and crippled them in the past few weeks, came... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | January 27, 2015

Don't Let Draft Beer Profits Go Down the Drain

Draft beer sales can be one of the highest margin products at your bar – and also one of the hardest to control. Because it is so difficult to check how much your kegs are used, it can easily go unnoticed when these profit margins... read more


By Dana Zukofsky | December 19, 2014

Commissary Kitchen Series: Part 3 Taking it to the Next Level

Now that you know how commissary kitchens can increase your efficiency and create consistency in the food you serve, it’s time to figure out how to fully capitalize on a commissary kitchen and... read more