MAX Sentinel guards against ‘unusual transaction behaviour’

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An intuitive early warning application designed to protect the profits and margins of restaurants, bars and pubs will be launched at the Restaurant Show (6-8 October 2014, Earl’s Court 2, London) by EPOS and digital technology specialists GS Systems.

Max Sentinel tracks the real-time progress of live transactions as they happen, spotting and alerting operators and head office staff to any unusual transaction behaviour, according GS Systems managing director and EPOS technology expert Niels Nielsen.

“Max Sentinel is an added security measure to help keep your staff honest, an early warning system to protect your profits and margins,” said Niels.

“By recording and processing ‘key’ depression data as it happens, Max Sentinel interrogates different sets of complementary data and pinpoints unusual activity patterns as defined by a client’s benchmark operational criteria,” he said.

“Sentinel is really easy to use and configure. Benchmark measurements are based on a client’s operational data and performance statistics at individual site and estate levels.”

An alert detected by Sentinel either appears on an online dashboard or is sent by e-mail to selected operators or head office staff, who are able to replay and view a step-by-step chronological transaction sequence. Once examined in detail, any issues can be rectified immediately.

The Max Sentinel reporting module, part of the Max Suite business management software solution for growing hospitality businesses, is available exclusively from GS Systems from November 2014.


September 2014

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