Since 2006, Ameego has been helping restaurants create better employee schedules.
Not schedules that are copied over from the previous week and not based on a budget. Better schedules that save management time, reduce labor costs and make staff happy.
Ameego started in a basement (literally) as a 2 man operation that set out to solve the challenges experienced while they were working in restaurants.
Today, while no longer operated from a basement (most of the time), Ameego is a growing company that's helping thousands of restaurant people around the world. Regardless, over that time our mission has never changed: We're in pursuit of providing the perfect schedule to all restaurants worldwide.
Perfection might seem unattainable to some… but how will you know if you don't try!
“We realized a positive impact on our labor within 4 weeks of rolling the program into each location. Our managers and employees alike love the program and how user-friendly it is. Management are now able to spend less time to create more efficient schedules which better match our guest traffic and sales volumes resulting in better service and happier guests.”Deborah Gagnon – VP Operations – Denny’s Canada
Who's trying to maintain profitability through yet another wage increase.
Who just worked a 65 hour week and is about to start another.
Who has to take the bus to work to try and find someone to cover a shift.
When someone asks me what I do I say: "Hanz Skitzvelvet - Trainer of dolphins. You want to talk to the dolphin, you talk to me."
In Fargo, North Dakota I ran from from the Holiday Inn to Hornbachers in under 60 seconds.
I'm a Seinfeld junky and can quote any episode...and do daily :)
'Hellooooooooooo La La Laaaaa'
My childhood nickname was 'the bread basket'. I still love bread, and have added cookies to the list.
A life goal of mine is to one day visit all the continents of the world.
3 more to go!
If Grant's life were to be made into a TV movie, he would be played by Alec Baldwin from Glengarry Glen Ross.
"A B C"
Dos Equis’ ‘Most Interesting Man in The World’ character is loosely based on Orrin’s life.
Guilty pleasure: watching Slice TV. I'm pretty sure I'm addicted to Million Dollar Listing L.A. & New York. Not totally sold on San Fran yet...
Irene is often mistaken for Diane Keaton - although there’s no way Diane’s as good an accountant :)
We have a tight knit group of 9 staff members and a handful of freelance team members working with us at any given time.
No venture capital here! We’re not interested in growing Ameego and selling to the highest bidder.
Nearly all of our team (95%) have worked in restaurants at some point in their career.