As pioneers in bar and restaurant inventory management, Sculpture Hospitality offers a wide range of solutions that increase a bar’s top line sales by 7-15 percent and reduce inventory asset losses from 15-30 percent down to 3 percent or better.
Offering a variety of service levels that can be fully customized to each businesses specific needs, Sculpture Hospitality’s full service option is a white glove service where clients can be fully hands-on to ensure a company is achieving its profit and loss goals; a self-service option is also available which gives clients more control of how they want to use their innovative technologies. Regardless of the solution chosen, businesses have a local hospitality expert to support them every step of the way.
Sculpture Hospitality’s proven methods, strategies and technologies save bars money, add to their bottom line and, most importantly, drive profit growth across the business.
“Sculpture is a vital part of our business. We use it in over 50 locations, and the shrinkage it prevents saves us an extra 4-6% on our bottom line annually! We love Sculpture!” Ryan, Operations Director, Deja Vu Services, Inc
The Sculpture App is able to take very precise counts and provide to bars, restaurants and those in the hospitality industry to generate unbiased analysis and reporting. With their service, clients can hold their management and staff accountable and eliminate over and under ordering to have complete control of your bar operation.
With a passion for making businesses more profitable, Kathleen works with bar and restaurant owners in the Orange County area to increase profits and manage liquor and food inventory.
Sculpture Hospitality helps restaurants and bars run more profitable operations, through inventory control and management; pricing; and cost control measures.
According to Kathleen, “Don’t leave money on the table. Sculpture Hospitality will save you time and money and give you more control over your bar operation.”
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