iMonitor and the Restaurant Association of New Zealand (RA) are delighted to announce a new strategic partnership giving RA members access to state of the art online food safety and compliance tools at exclusive discounted rates.
Food Safety compliance is a significant cost to cafe and restaurant owners – it includes daily chiller and freezer temperature checks plus compliance record-keeping. iMonitor is driving technology disruption into the hospitality industry using hardware and software solutions to solve a previously manual task workflow.awd
The iMonitor products are unique and will help restauranteurs’ ongoing compliance with food safety regulations – giving peace of mind and staff time savings. Their two products are:
- Online Food Safety Plan (FSP)– A secure cloud-based storage record keeping system that is easy to use and manage on any device (phone/tablet/laptop).
- Automated Temperature Monitoring– Fully integrated wireless technology that automates fridge, chiller and freezer temperature recording with the Food Safety Plan.
“We reviewed various options and solutions for our membership and chose iMonitor because they have created a system that simplifies tasks which are often perceived as a complex and time-consuming part of kitchen management,” said Marisa Bidois, CEO of the Restaurant Association. “We were also impressed with the level of research and consultation with the restaurant industry that was carried out by iMonitor while developing their product. This is a key reason for us choosing to partner with iMonitor.”
“We are looking forward to working with the Restaurant Association and their members to speed compliance for the Food Act 2014, for which the registration deadline is 31st March 2018,” added Martin Keogh, CEO of iMonitor. “The industry feedback received by us is that setting up a Food Control Plan and carrying out its daily maintenance is very time consuming so we have created a complete solution that allows full set up within minutes and requires even less effort carrying out daily checks and temperature recording by automating the most labour intensive tasks.”