New Zealand-based restaurant chain Café Anatolia has patterned with technology company Oracle to expand operations by adding new locations.

The company will use Oracle Food and Beverage Simphony Cloud technology platform to scale and adapt to evolving business needs, gain visibility into operations across its locations and platforms, as well as increase speed of service to customers.

The solution enables the dining chain to manage operations across its restaurant locations through a single centralised system, as well as allow integrated reporting and auditing for the management team.

It also supports the company in maximising revenue and profitability by offering minute-by-minute details of the business.

“This lets us make better business decisions faster, and ensures quality and speed of service.”

Café Anatolia co-founder Munn Jony said: “We have ambitious growth plans, and as we expand our Turkish Café concept across New Zealand, we need to provide our customers with the same quality of product and service that they have become accustomed to at our existing locations.

“Oracle Simphony Cloud provides us with a single view into the operations of the business across all sites. This lets us make better business decisions faster, and ensures quality and speed of service.

“Along with this, Oracle also gives us the flexibility we need to integrate with other technology partners to innovate quickly and easily.”

In addition, the solution allows Café Anatolia to integrate all digital channels such as mobile payment, mobile ordering, digital loyalty and mobile applications into one centralised view.