Pro-files

Pared Pro-File: Josh Ortiz

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One of the main reasons why I like Pared, is that I can make my own schedule. I can also gain more experience in working different …

Case Studies

Case Study: Spice Kit – How a Restaurant Decreased Labor Cost by 11%

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Spice Kit, an Asian fast-casual chain, decreased labor cost by 11% from 27% of sales in 2015 to 24.3% of sales in 2016 using Pared at their San …

Pro-files

Pared Pro-File: Abrahan Ruiz

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Abrahan en Spice Kit San Francisco (2016) Mi nombre es Abrahan Ruiz, con casi 14 años de experiencia en restaurantes y en posiciones como, lavaplatos, preparador, …

Founders Corner

What Startup Founders Could Learn from Restaurateurs

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I’ve always felt a kinship with restaurant owners. It’s hard not to respect people who pour their blood, sweat and tears into starting and running a …

Company News

Get Pared Today: New Video

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A picture (or video in this case) is worth a thousand words. We know that restaurateurs are very busy people so we put together this simple …

Company News

Paring Down Our New Logo

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When Will and I first started Pared during the exploratory phase, one thing we needed was a brand to represent what we were building. We were …

Pro-files

Pared Pro-file: Evan Eisen

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Pared is empowering people who have never been empowered in the industry. It brings it back to a true meritocracy. Evan grew up in the San …

Founders Corner

Can Technology Save the Restaurant Industry

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There are few industries older than the restaurant industry. People have paid for others for food by bartering or with currency for centuries. It’s an industry …

Founders Corner

Build Something People Want

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From Top Left to Bottom Right: Christopher Kostow (The Restaurant at Meadowood), Juan Mari and Elena Arzak (Arzak), Thomas Keller (The French Laundry), Corey Lee (Benu), …