Corrections

Corrections

Foodservice is a major part of managing correctional facilities and jail systems. Not only are operators in charge of preparing meals for inmates, but must take into account the staff as well. Considering the constant rise in food costs, along with constricted food budgets, foodservice technology is essential for effectively running a lean operation.

Computrition’s software improves foodservice production by standardizing recipes, controlling inventory and simplifying the ordering process with food distributors. Consequently, securing accurate food prices helps to yield an overall cost savings.

Let’s not neglect the importance of having technology that can also address the clinical nutrition side of the operation, especially when administering numerous unique dietary requirements. Through automation, our customers gain the proficiency to comply with nutrient guidelines and enhance their daily workflow.

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Hospitality Suite (HS)

Hospitality SuiteThe most robust and comprehensive hospital foodservice software system in the Computrition suite of products. It is engineered specifically to automate your foodservice, nutrition services, and retail environment.

 

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Foodservice Operations Management (FOM)

Foodservice Operations ManagementComputrition's Foodservice Operations Management (FOM) solution provides foodservice operators with the tools to control food costs and increase efficiency. This application can be used in any setting requiring inventory control, menu management, item purchasing, and production planning.

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Nutrition Care Management (NCM)

Nutrition Care ManagementComputrition's diet office Nutrition Care Management solution controls costs and promotes patient/resident satisfaction. Functionalities include the ability to track diet orders, weight changes, likes, dislikes, and allergies, and other patient/resident-specific data.

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