LONG BEACH Calif. Explaining the impact of collecting and analyzing transaction and other data from nearly 500 company restaurants on an hourly basis, Sbarro Inc. chief information officer Richard Guariglia said the "most important change was to corporate culture." Guariglia was one of four foodservice executives who spoke about "The State of Above Store Reporting" during last fall's International Foodservice Technology Exposition, or FS/TEC, held in Long Beach, Calif. Also on the ...

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