creates restaurant software at Grand Circus

The team behind is working to create the next generation of restaurant software from the offices of Grand Circus, a tech-training institute in the David Broderick Building in downtown Detroit.

The 6-month-old startup and its team of five people are working on a software platform for restaurants that will focus on creating efficiencies in the business and better performance from staff. That platform is currently in development with working on the prototype.

"It will provide much better business analytics and test scoring for restaurant management," says Aaron Adams, founder of

It has also created a menu test option for eateries that can quiz staff on the menu, how the company wants to execute service and other intricacies of the business. It has developed quizes for the top 40 restaurants in the U.S. so they can have job applicants take the test online before even entering the establishment.

"In the restaurant industry there is a menu test that is generally done on paper and the manager has to score it by hand," Adams says. "This puts it all online."

Source: Aaron Adams, founder of
Writer: Jon Zemke

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