ConStrata serves businesses in these industries from both the operator and supplier side, helping them select, optimize and differentiate their mission-critical technologies that improve efficiency and maximize return on investment. And by also being a leader in focusing and predicting the industry technology trends and coupling them with our operational knowledge, we help to take our clients forward to establish new levels of leadership within their industry segments.
We are not generalists. ConStrata focuses exclusively on the foodservice, hospitality and retail industries. We have worked at every level of the industry and we have dealt with operators, with the investor/owner community and with technology suppliers. We understand the marked risks and unique challenges of this industry, but we also understand the undeniable upside.
Our business philosophy is to focus first on improving our clients’ operational efficiency and then to complement those strategic and tactical decisions with exceptional information technology. The outcome is highly efficient companies primed for maximum profitability.
Our services range from product analysis, business process optimization and market strategies to M&A support and alliance building. We have developed technology strategies, aided in system selection and implementation, and embedded our experts on our clients’ teams in an effort to work with them as closely as possible
Skip Kimpel is a restaurant and hospitality technology evangelist and is an industry known leader in the food and beverage space. Starting his experience in the food industry as the IT leader and strategist at numerous brands, Skip has worked with some of the country’s top thought leaders to find and tweak solutions that make restaurants more efficient and more profitable. He has spoken at many events across the country on subjects such as data, security, utilizing API’s, 3rd party delivery and most recently, drone delivery in the restaurant and hospitality space.
Skip has sat on the Board of Governors for the Restaurant Technology Network (RTN) as well as the Board of Directors for the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association (FRLA). He is heavily involved with anything that is hospitality technology driven.