Chanticleer Holdings has started a partnership with Food Service Industry Consultants (FSIC) to improve profitability.

As part of the deal, Chanticleer will use supply chain transparency, analytic support services and the compliance analytics platform, IntelliSpend, from FSIC.

IntelliSpend enables the quick and efficient analysis of data to maximise profitability, as well as helps improve purchasing and reduce cost of goods.

Chanticleer Holdings president Fred Glick said: “We are pleased to announce our newest partnership with FSIC. In today’s market, it’s more critical than ever to have complete visibility and control over our entire supply chain in order to maximise profitability and guest traffic.

“Since 2001, FSIC has worked with some of the biggest names in restaurants in our space to help successfully reduce their costs of goods while improving bottom lines.”

“In today’s market, it’s more critical than ever to have complete visibility and control over our entire supply chain in order to maximise profitability and guest traffic.”

Earlier this month, Chanticleer Holdings partnered with on-demand food delivery service DoorDash and technology company Thanx in a bid to introduce a mobile app.

Glick added: “The company’s partnership with FSIC comes on the heels of our previous recent announcements about our partnership with Restaurant Revolution Technologies, a partnership with DoorDash for delivery, and Thanx for its automated customer engagement platform.

“We’ve now built a platform capable of managing greater scale. This platform includes a highly experienced restaurant management team, numerous quality brands, loyal and dedicated employees, and experienced technology partners that are proven effective.”

Chanticleer owns, operates and franchises various restaurant brands such as American Burger Company, BGR – Burgers Grilled Right, Little Big Burger, Just Fresh and Hooters.

Launched in 2001, FSIC serves a network of more than 170 restaurant brands through its supply chain and data professionals.