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Ctuit Software Announces Online Community at Annual User Conference

Ctuit Software brought together over 150 restaurant management software users, industry leaders and experts for their 2017 User Conference in Napa, California. Ctuit’s 4th Annual User Conference brought together Ctuit Software experts, industry leaders, and innovators from across the country … Continued

Ctuit Software Expands Operations into Canada

Ctuit Software extends their comprehensive restaurant management solutions to restaurants in Canada. Ctuit Software, the leader in Business Intelligence software for restaurants, has expanded their operations into Canada. Their flagship product RADAR is the most widely-adopted restaurant management software technology … Continued

Ctuit Software Announces New Prep & Ordering Module

Restaurants can take the guesswork out of ordering and make kitchen prep more effective with Ctuit’s new Prep & Ordering Module. Restaurant Prep is a daily process of multiple steps. It encompasses determining how much product is on hand, understanding … Continued

Ctuit Software Celebrates 17 Years of Success

Ctuit Software, the leader in Business Intelligence software for restaurants, is celebrating 17 years of providing restaurant operators insight and control into their financial and operational performance. Ctuit Software’s flagship product RADAR is the most widely-adopted restaurant management software technology … Continued

Ctuit Software Helps Pizza Industry Save Dough

Ctuit Software, the leader in business intelligence software for the restaurant industry, has partnered with several pizza industry giants to provide deep insight for increasing restaurant efficiency and profitability.  By using the web-based Ctuit RADAR solution, restaurant management can quickly … Continued

2017 Top Women in Foodservice Technology Award

According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology, more than half (57%) of professional occupations in the U.S. workforce are held by women, but they only occupy one out of four professional computing jobs. When looking at Fortune … Continued