SAN FRANCISCO -- Zenput, a digital platform for managing convenience-store operations, has released Mobile Dashboard, a centralized view of key work and performance results across multiple stores.
The application is designed to help operators execute strategy and fix problems faster. The introduction of Mobile Dashboard marks the first product in the convenience-petroleum market to combine both field and store-level work in a single application.
Mobile Dashboard allows operators and managers to look at their field or store tasks and the completion status of these tasks, such as recurring weekly store audits. With this view, operators and managers can identify repeating problems and ensure they are resolved in a timely manner.
Zenput can manage work from every department within the organization, according to the company, including brand standards auditing, merchandising rollouts, PCI (payment card industry) compliance checks, HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) tracking and incident management, among others.
“We’ve long recognized the need for convenience-store operators and managers to have a centralized place where they can track their company’s execution, from both the perspective of the field and store teams,” said Vladik Rikhter, CEO of Zenput. “We think the Mobile Dashboard will greatly improve an operator’s ability to create a better and more consistent experience for their customers.”
Since 2012, San Francisco-based Zenput has worked with convenience-store, restaurant and retail operators in more than 30,000 locations and 35 countries to help them manage their field and store-level work, improve their execution and create a better experience for their customers. Zenput works with brands such as Stripes, Sunoco, Mapco, CEFCO, GPM Investments, Huck's and more as customers.