Jersey Mike's Selects Envysion as Preferred Video Surveillance Provider

Jersey Mike's Franchise Systems has selected Envysion as its preferred video surveillance provider. Envysion has already completed a number of installations to date, and this announcement opens the door for all Jersey Mike's Sub franchise owners to leverage Envysion's video surveillance solution. 

"We partnered with Envysion because of its truly superior technology, demonstrated profit improvement and the successful integration to Jersey Mike's point of sale system, " said Scott Scherer, Chief Information Officer at Jersey Mike's. "With Envysion we are able to offer all our franchise owners a powerful video solution that has been tailored for Jersey Mike's and has demonstrated that it can improve the bottom line."

Envysion's video-driven business intelligence ™ seamlessly connects video to critical business data, such as point of sale and will enable Jersey Mike's Subs operators to identify and reduce potentially fraudulent transactions, such as discounts, no sales, cash returns, cancels and voids, that would otherwise erode restaurant-level profitability. Envysion offers brand specific exception reporting and alerting that arms Jersey Mike's franchise owners with a tool to reduce food costs, increase operational efficiency, stop loss and improve bottom line profitability.

"We are excited to be selected by Jersey Mike's. We've seen firsthand the material impact that video driven business intelligence provides for customers across industry segments, and we look forward to partnering with Jersey Mike's and their franchisees to realize similar improvements in their operations and profitability," says Matt Steinfort, president and CEO of Envysion.

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