We’ve seen a lot of scare tactics around the transition from swipe credit cards to EMV enabled cards. Most of them encourage merchants to adopt expensive and time-consuming solutions to prevent liability that, in many cases, would never meet the cost of switching to the new technology. Our goal at Breadcrumb is to provide you […]
We’re very excited to release Breadcrumb version 2.6.1, early in the morning on September 29, 2015. The release includes support for unpaid break tracking, improvements to swiper reliability and full iOS 9 compatibility. Unpaid break tracking allows you to track your staff’s breaks. This tracking complies with labor laws in several states. It also allows […]
With October right around the corner, we’re here to tell that you shouldn’t be intimidated by EMV implementation and hardware. Just be prepared with the right information so you can determine what makes the most sense for you and your business. What exactly is EMV? A global standard developed by EuroPay, Mastercard, and Visa, EMV […]
Breadcrumb’s restaurant point of sale iPhone app—Breadcrumb Live— is designed for restaurateurs to monitor their businesses anytime, anywhere. Breadcrumb Live gives a real-time snapshot of revenue, orders, transactions, and other useful insights—all with week-over-week comparisons. The latest version now includes labor as a percentage of sales, the #1 requested feature. Labor costs can vary by the type of […]
Located in the Mission District, San Francisco’s Lazy Bear is one of the most successful and unconventional openings of the past 12 months. As an unemployed former lawyer, David Barzelay started Lazy Bear (see the anagram?) with his wife in their apartment mainly to satisfy his desire to cook. With success and great word-of-mouth buzz, […]
Cronuts, cruffins, crookies, and cragels: whatever the combination, people still line up well before sunrise just to snag one. Originally conceived by Dominique Ansel Bakery in NYC, the cronut started the croissant-hybrid craze back in 2013 and represents one of the biggest decisions any food business will face. And with everyone looking for the next […]
Here at Breadcrumb, the product team spends a lot of time looking ahead – planning that new features, reports and integrations that make Breadcrumb better.
Given that we’re halfway through the year, we thought it would be useful to spend a few minutes looking back at some of the features we’ve launched since January.