Alarm.com for Business

Food and Beverage Security Solutions

From grab-and-go markets to restaurant chains, our unified commercial security platform meets the needs of any food and beverage business.

Keep Track of What Matters Most

Making up 12% of the small business market, food and beverage is the largest small business industry.¹ And, while every food and beverage business is unique, they all share some fundamental challenges like protecting temperature-sensitive inventory, managing staff access, and monitoring occupancy and wait times.

Alarm.com for Business has the technology to address these issues and more with security systems for small businesses and commercial temperature monitoring tools so you can keep track of what matters most.  

Employees opening late and closing early is, on average, the most frequent costly event facing food and beverage businesses—costing over $500 per incident each year.²

Keep an Eye on Employees

Effectively manage numerous employees and waitstaff from wherever you are with the Alarm.com app. With 24/7 surveillance, you can monitor employee performance to ensure they’re completing daily tasks on time.

Reduce Waste and Costs

According to FeedingAmerica.org, U.S. restaurants generate an estimated 22 to 33 billion pounds of food waste each year. Alarm.com business temperature monitoring systems alert you to drops in temperature, helping reduce product spoilage.

Put Your Customers First

Provide exceptional customer satisfaction by establishing clean areas and tracking average wait times with queue monitoring and Business Activity Analytics. And, make sure food is up to standards by keeping an eye on storage areas that contain temperature-sensitive items.

The all-in-one solution for intrusion detection, access, video, and more.

Alarm.com essential systems communicate and work together, resulting in more insight and control with less onsite equipment to maintain. Use our cloud-based technology and intuitive interfaces to streamline smarter management of your food and beverage business. 

Roughly ¾ of food and beverage businesses report that tracking occupancy levels is a “very” valuable capability.3

STATISTIC SOURCES 

1,2,3 PARKS ASSOCIATES, ALARM.COM MEDIUM AND LARGE COMMERCIAL BUSINESS SURVEY 2020

4 NEW SMB LANDSCAPE 2020, PARKS ASSOCIATES