The global Restaurant Inventory Management and Purchasing Software market size was valued at USD 431.72 million in 2022 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 14.25% during the forecast period, reaching USD 960.25 million by 2028.Restaurant inventory management and purchasing software aids restaurants in the daily process of maintaining accurate food inventory information and replenishing that inventory. Restaurants that want to cut down on food waste and save money on food costs can use restaurant inventory management and purchasing software to maintain accurate inventory information, keep records of suppliers and recipes, and digitize purchasing records such as invoices and receipts for easier bookkeeping. Restaurant back offices and kitchens can rely on restaurant inventory management and purchasing software to organize inventory control and purchasing workflows.The report combines extensive quantitative analysis and exhaustive qualitative analysis, ranges from a macro overview of the total market size, industry chain, and market dynamics to micro details of segment markets by type, application and region, and, as a result, provides a holistic view of, as well as a deep insight into the Restaurant Inventory Management and Purchasing Software market covering all its essential aspects.For the competitive landscape, the report also introduces players in the industry from the perspective of the market share, concentration ratio, etc., and describes the leading companies in detail, with which the readers can get a better idea of their competitors and acquire an in-depth understanding of the competitive situation. Further, mergers and acquisitions, emerging market trends, the impact of COVID-19, and regional conflicts will all be considered.In a nutshell, this report is a must-read for industry players, investors, researchers, consultants, business strategists, and all those who have any kind of stake or are planning to foray into the market in any manner.
Guillermo Cremer joined Focus Brands as Chief People Officer in April 2021, bringing with him more than twenty years of HR experience, with a special emphasis on employee retention, change management, building a strong culture, and diversity, equity and inclusion strategies. Prior to Focus Brands, Guillermo was at Kimberly Clark where he spent seven years supporting the global growth of the company, while delivering strategic HR leadership, leading onboarding programs for employees and developing an HR transformation to support the changing needs of the organization. While there, he also oversaw the HR function for the Latin America business unit, which encompassed employee engagement, talent acquisition and HR skill development. Prior to that, he spent time at General Mills and was focused on talent acquisition and development, and Procter & Gamble, where he was primarily responsible for labor relations strategy, the development of a comprehensive compensation and benefits strategy and improving employee retention. Guillermo holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Communications Engineering from Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico. A native of Peru, Guillermo is fluent in English and Spanish and conversational in Portuguese and German.
Thomas Henry is a Vice President at Gemspring Capital. Prior to Gemspring, Thomas was an Associate at Palladin Consumer Retail Partners, a Boston-based private equity firm focused on control buyouts and growth investments in lower middle market consumer products and specialty retail businesses. While at Palladin, Thomas focused on evaluating and executing transactions and portfolio management initiatives at the fund level, and also spent a year embedded full-time within KT Health, a Palladin portfolio company, to drive operational value creation. Thomas began his career as an investment banking Analyst with Wells Fargo Securities, where he executed M&A and leveraged finance transactions across a range of industries.
North America electric grill market have been generating maximum revenue for electric grill manufacturers from past half-decade. Around 30% of overall market valuation for electric grill was generated by North American countries in 2021 which is forecast to surpass valuation of USD 1,388 Million by 2032 end, growing with 7.9% CAGR. U.S. leads the electric grill business in North America with 58% share and is projected to grow with exciting CAGR of 8.1% during 2022-2032.Moreover, enthusiasm for spicy food is suggesting a bright future for the grilling & barbecue industry and residential electric grills in general. Thus, this market grew with CAGR of 6.8% with an absolute $ opportunity of USD 957 Million during 2017-2021.By product type, portable electric grill held the maximum market share of 48% in 2021 and is expected to gain 610 BPS within the forecast period and will contribute the market with share of 54.1% forecast around USD 2,317 Million by 2032 end.Under end uses available for electric grill, household electric grill is anticipated to hold market share of 48.5% in 2022 and is likely to provide an absolute $ opportunity of USD 518 Million by reaching a market valuation of USD 843 Million by the end of forecast period in 2032. Know thy Competitors
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