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TransAct Offers Free Foodservice Tools to C-Stores During Pandemic

Checklist and timer tools may help operators adjust to new demands
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HAMDEN, Conn. TransAct Technologies Inc., a software-driven technology and printing company, is offering its Boha Checklist and Timer tools free to convenience stores amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Boha combines apps to manage foodservice operations in one platform. The Checklist and Timer tools help employees adhere to stringent cleaning and cooking processes in this time of heightened caution.

“Our Checklist and Timer apps offer a simple and reliable way for staff to adhere to necessary tasks regarding food safety and productivity throughout a shift,” said Bart Shuldman, chairman and CEO of TransAct. “Today, these solutions empower operators to manage the procedural changes that have taken effect as a result of COVID-19, and we are proud to provide these tools to restaurants free of charge during this time. We hope that in doing so, restaurant employees feel our support and can perform effectively and efficiently as new guidelines are put in place.”

The Boha Checklist app automates daily food safety and operational task management as well as regular maintenance and audit procedures. Checklist gives employees a complete method to view, perform and record tasks for accountability and overall workflow.

Boha Timer is an application that creates timers for any activity that requires time tracking, from cooked and cooled food to nonfood items.

Hamden, Conn.-based TransAct Technologies Inc. develops software-driven technology and printing products for markets including foodservice, casino and gaming, point-of-sale automation and oil and gas.

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