Now that everyone from your mom to your boss is on Facebook, social networking has become ubiquitous and perhaps it was only a matter of time before restaurateurs started harnessing the technology to manage their business operations. New site Servinity, the name of which sounds like a fake word created by Barney on this week’s How I Met Your Mother, hopes to be a cross between Facebook and Craiglist for restaurant staffs. Per the Atlanta Business Chronicle:
The software-as-a service company leverages the Internet, e-mail, cell phone, SMS text messaging and social networks to help restaurants and bars schedule staffing — notifying employees when to be at work, or alerting them when a shift opens up. Servinity also allows eateries to recruit via a job board and offers dynamic resume search and applicant tracking. The social networking component allows staff to interact and upload and share documents.
Want to learn more? Check out MP: South Florida’s take.
The Site That Hopes To Become The Facebook & Craigslist Of The Restaurant World [MP: South Florida]
Attorney Launches Restaurant Staffing Site [Atlanta Business Chronicle]
Servinity [Official Site]