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Predictive Analytics for Restaurant Business by Cenacle Research

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Cenacle Research is engaged in building Predictive Analytics Engines for Automotive, Healthcare, Retail, Energy and BFSI sector. This is our latest Big data Analytics offering for Restaurant Business.

Our latest Resurant Order Prediction System helps you Predict your customer orders, and know how your restaurant orders are going to be affected by external influence such as weather and holidays.

Features of our system:
+ Customer Churn Analysis: Know when and why your customer leave your services
+ Association Rules: Know which items your customers are buying together
+ Item-wise-Predictions: Know how many items are expected to be sold in near future?
+ What-if Analysis: Know how your future orders get affected by holidays, events and wether so on...

To know more, write to us at: http://cenacle.co.in/

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Predictive Analytics for Restaurant Business by Cenacle Research

  1. 1. PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS FOR RESTAURANT BUSINESS Cenacle Research India Private Limited
  2. 2. Business Challenges •Customer Retention •Cost Reduction
  3. 3. Business Challenges •Customer Retention •How do I make my customers come back? •Cost Reduction
  4. 4. Business Challenges •Customer Retention •How do I make my customers come back? •Cost Reduction •How do I increase my profit margins (without increasing prices)?
  5. 5. Business Challenges •Customer Retention •How do I make my customers come back? •Cost Reduction •How do I increase my profit margins (without increasing prices)? •These two are not necessarily independent •Fixing one might often fix the other automatically •There could be more apart from the above •But all of them can be potentially expressed in terms of one of the above
  6. 6. Customer Retention •Understanding the customer behaviour •Who are the customers most likely to stay / leave? •What are the factors that affect a customer to stay / leave?
  7. 7. Customer Retention •Understanding the customer behaviour •Who are the customers most likely to stay / leave? •What are the factors that affect a customer to stay / leave? •Primary Driver: Customer Satisfaction •Service / Product Quality •Response Time •Expectation (mis)match
  8. 8. Customer Retention •Understanding the customer behaviour •Who are the customers most likely to stay / leave? •What are the factors that affect a customer to stay / leave? •Primary Driver: Customer Satisfaction •Service / Product Quality •Response Time •Expectation (mis)match •Secondary Drivers: Price, External Factors (weather…)
  9. 9. Customer Retention •Understanding the customer behaviour •Who are the customers most likely to stay / leave? •What are the factors that affect a customer to stay / leave? •Primary Driver: Customer Satisfaction •Service / Product Quality •Response Time •Expectation (mis)match •Secondary Drivers: Price, External Factors (weather…) •What if tomorrow rains? Would it affect my sales? •Rather what if tomorrow is Sunny? •What if the Christmas falls on Sunday? How would my sales be?
  10. 10. Cost Reduction •Waste Elimination •Optimal Work-laborCosts
  11. 11. Cost Reduction •Waste Elimination •Produce right levels to match the consumption •Optimal Work-laborCosts •Right laborschedules that match the demand
  12. 12. Cost Reduction •Waste Elimination •Produce right levels to match the consumption •Optimal Work-laborCosts •Right laborschedules that match the demand •Observation: We can eliminate waste if we know the consumption/demand before hand
  13. 13. Cost Reduction •Waste Elimination •Produce right levels to match the consumption •Optimal Work-laborCosts •Right laborschedules that match the demand •Observation: We can eliminate waste if we know the consumption/demand before hand •Challenge: How can we know the consumption / demand before hand?
  14. 14. Cost Reduction •Waste Elimination •Produce right levels to match the consumption •Optimal Work-laborCosts •Right laborschedules that match the demand •Observation: We can eliminate waste if we know the consumption/demand before hand •Challenge: How can we know the consumption / demand before hand? •Solution: Predictive Analytics
  15. 15. CUSTOMER ORDER PREDICTION Cenacle Research India Private Limited
  16. 16. Agenda •Model Demonstration •Order Prediction •Association Rules •Features: •Single-line command interface •CSV I/O –ready for any pipeline integration •Robust forecasting algorithms •Analysis on multiple levels •Forecast results from multiple models •Vast output of auxiliary data (useful for further analysis) •Discussion for adjustments in I/O •Future Model possibilities
  17. 17. Model •Order Prediction •How many orders expected in the next 7 days? •Results from multiple prediction algorithms •Association Rules •Which items are being frequently ordered together? •Can lead to better pricing strategy •Note: •Input data format: •Dates to be in ‘YYYY-MM-DD’ format •CSV files to be clean •Input Order data •Reasonable order quantity to get accurate predictions
  18. 18. Features •Item-wise sale predictions •Cost-cutting •Drop the low sale items from menu for specific days •Inventory management •Right levels of stock reduces waste, improves quality •Labor schedules •Improves customer satisfaction, increases work-life balance for employees •Customer churn analysis •Who are the customers mostly likely to stay, who are to deflect •Design custom loyalty programs to increase sales •When is the next customer visit most likely? •Price analytics: what would be the effect of price increase on each?
  19. 19. Features •Exploratory Analysis •What are the top-3 drivers for my sales during Holiday Season? •Which section need more laborand during which period? •What are the effects of Weather on my business? •If I drop an item from my product list, how would it affect other item sales? •Social Network Sentiment Analysis •What are people talking about my brand? •How many people are feeling positive about my products? •How are my competitor’s products faring against my products? •What is the most (dis)liked feature about my product/service? •If I release new product, how many people are likely to buy it?
  20. 20. Big Data + Predictive Analytics •At Cenacle Research we build Analytics Engines for •Automotive •E.g.: Predictive Maintenance (CBM) systems •Healthcare •E.g.: Personalized Medicine Regimes and Decision Support Systems •Retail •E.g.: Real-time Recommendation Engines •Energy •E.g.: Demand Planning using Smart Metering Systems •BFSI •E.g.: Usage-based Insurance Systems
  21. 21. Big Data + Predictive Analytics •At Cenacle Research we build Analytics Engines for •Automotive •E.g.: Predictive Maintenance (CBM) systems •Healthcare •E.g.: Personalized Medicine Regimes and Decision Support Systems •Retail •E.g.: Real-time Recommendation Engines •Energy •E.g.: Demand Planning using Smart Metering Systems •BFSI •E.g.: Usage-based Insurance Systems •These Engines crunch millions of data points in Real-time
  22. 22. Big Data + Predictive Analytics •At Cenacle Research we build Analytics Engines for •Automotive •E.g.: Predictive Maintenance (CBM) systems •Healthcare •E.g.: Personalized Medicine Regimes and Decision Support Systems •Retail •E.g.: Real-time Recommendation Engines •Energy •E.g.: Demand Planning using Smart Metering Systems •BFSI •E.g.: Usage-based Insurance Systems •These Engines crunch millions of data points in Real-time •Big-data is what powers these engines
  23. 23. THANK YOU Cenacle Research India Private Limited

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