Gail’s upgrades EPOS and stock control systems

first_imgGail’s Bakery has upgraded its EPOS and stock control technology across its 47 sites. Having outgrown the tablet and Wi-Fi system previously used in its bakeries, Gail’s has opted to use Access Hospitality’s EPOS and Stocklink programmes.The programmes have been installed with bespoke bakery ordering processes and staff training, as well as hybrid use of new and existing hardware, such as printers and cash drawers, to minimise costs, Access Hospitality said.Gail’s CEO Tom Molnar said: “We were happy to draw on the equipment and technology that Access offers, and also the best practice implementation. We’ve been impressed with the mix of professional services and delivery, so far.”In addition to the benefits of faster transaction times, Access Hospitality said that immediate efficiencies were also noticed within reporting systems with Gail’s head office, as the new system enabled live transactional data to be taken for staff to create their own business intelligence reports.Roll-out of the new systems is now complete, and further work has started to integrate e-commerce applications, including reducing waste within the stocking process, as the next steps in further business expansion.last_img read more

A Couple Rain Showers Sunday; Brief Warmup Early Next Week

first_imgJAMESTOWN – The chilly air will continue into the second half of the weekend with the return of a few scattered showers before a very short-lived warmup returns for early in the week.We have stayed mainly dry on Saturday thanks to a weak area of high pressure that has slid in to our south. That high will move out and allow a surface boundary with an attached low to move in on Sunday and produce a few showers from place to place. We will see a very brief surge of milder air pulling early in the week before the chilly air returns for the reminder of the forecast week.Mostly cloudy and quiet tonight. Still rather chilly. Lows 34 in the valleys, 46 at the Lake Erie shoreline. Light winds. Sunday will start with mostly cloudy skies in the morning with scattered showers developing in the afternoon. Rather cool. Highs 52 hills, 57 lakeshore.There could be an isolated shower to start Monday morning then gradual clearing in the afternoon. Highs 55 to 63.A good supply of sunshine will take us through Tuesday while becoming milder as well. Highs in the mid 60’s.A storm system will scoot by to north on Wednesday which will bring some scattered to widespread showers and maybe a couple rumbles throughout the region. Highs in the lower 60’s.As the system pulls away, there could be a couple leftover showers on Thursday otherwise partial sunshine. Cooler. Highs in the mid 50’s.The sunshine will be back in good supply on Friday with highs in the upper 50’s.WNYNewsNow is a proud Ambassador for the NOAA Weather-Ready Nation program. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Field Of Dreams Soccer Equipment & Gear Drive At Batesville

first_imgCome to the Batesville Boys Soccer Game and bring some new or gently used soccer equipment to donate to the work being done in Uganda. All gear and financial donations will help empower the children being served in Uganda.The game will start at 5 PM.Fields of Dreams – Batesville FlyerFields of Dreams – Soccer Equipment DriveThey will also be set up at Gillespie Soccer Park all afternoon prior to the BHS game to collect donated items.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Fix.last_img

Area Girls Basketball Scores (11-29)

first_imgArea Girls Basketball ScoresThursday  (11-29)Oldenburg  56     North Decatur  38Milan  52     Seton Catholic  29East Central  60     Harrison  34Crothersville  72     South Decatur  61Hauser  36     Indy Lutheran  30South Dearborn  51     Taylor  13Trinity Lutheran  57     Edinburgh  50The Batesville Bulldogs C-Team extended their record to 5-0 last night with a 31-7 victory over the Greensburg Pirates.  Leading scorer for the Dogs was Paige Oldham with 9. Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.last_img read more

Schalke clinch Nastasic deal

first_img Press Association “I am proud and happy that I remain a Schalke,” the centre-back told schalke04.de. “The team did very well taking me from day one, I was immediately a part of the team. “In the future I would like to help us to achieve our goals as a team.” Nastasic, a product of Partizan Belgrade’s academy, moved to City from Fiorentina for a reported £12million in August 2012 and was named the club’s young player of the year in his first season. However, his second campaign was less successful as a knee injury cut short his season in February, although he finished with a Premier League winners’ medal. Nastasic made the last of his 51 appearances for the club in the Community Shield defeat to Arsenal in August. The Serbia international joined the Bundesliga side in January and Press Association Sport understands the loan was structured with a view to the 21-year-old remaining with the club full-time if he made a certain number of appearances. Schalke announced on their website Nastasic has committed to a contract until June 2019. center_img Schalke have agreed a deal to sign on-loan Manchester City defender Matija Nastasic on a permanent basis. last_img read more

Djokovic /Federer decider at Wimbledon

first_imgIt’s the second year running the pair have met in the decider at S-W-19, with Djokovic looking to become the first man to retain his title since the Swiss in 2007. But Federer is hoping to exact a measure of revenge following last year’s defeat. They’re underway at 2 on Centre Court.last_img

Maria Sharapova Releases Book, Says “Serena Hated Me” – Unstoppable: My Life So…

first_imgTennis star, Maria Sharapova’s much-anticipated autobiography finally hit shelves on Tuesday, 12th of September 2017. Sharapova had announced in November 2015 that she was excited to share her story with the world – And she has.The book, titled “Unstoppable: My Life So Far” gives an account of her journey to stardom, starting with moving from Russia to America with her father to pursue her tennis career at the age of six.In the memoir, Sharapova opened up about her fierce rivalry with fellow tennis star, Serena Williams, how they met and more.The Russian has received a lot of backlash about how she describes Serena Williams in the book. With statements like: “I think Serena hated me for being the skinny kid who beat her, against all odds, at Wimbledon,” Sharapova gave details of her various encounters with Serena Williams and tensions between them.She added, “Someday, when all this is in our past, maybe we’ll become friends. Or not. You never can tell.”Sharapova also reflected on her love life, being engaged to Slovenian professional basketball player Sasha Vujačić and her relationship with Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov.The five-time Grand Slam winner opened up about her 15-month doping suspension after testing positive to banned substance Meldonium in 2016, returning to tennis after the suspension and more.The 30-year-old held a book signing event and made appearances on a number of TV shows to promote her new book. She also shared a video of herself, thanking her fans for all their love and support. Sharapova continues on her book tour. RelatedFrench Open Recap (Women): Serena Williams Pulls Out Of Tournament As Top Two Seeds Halep, Wozniacki Suffer Contrasting FortunesJune 5, 2018In “Sports”Monica Puig and Maria Sharapova provide support for Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico.October 25, 2017In “Sports”French Open (Recap): Serena Williams Renew Sharapova Rivalry After 3rd Round WinJune 3, 2018In “Sports”last_img read more