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A Quick Look at NotifEye Wireless Temperature Monitoring and Notifications

By Pro-Pacific / Nov 27, 2017

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Temperature monitoring can be costly, unreliable, and inconvenient. But if it's not done, it can be the downfall of any foodservice operation.

One way to make foodservice temperature monitoring easier is to use a cloud-based monitoring and notification system like Cooper-Atkins' NotifEye. NotifEye helps operators increase efficiencies and avoid potential spoilage with a simple, easy-to-use system that is ready to self-install right out of the box with minimal set-up required.

NotifEye temperature monitoring can be used for multiple applications: coolers, freezers, walk-ins, reach-ins, prep areas, dry storage, salad bars, steam tables, holding cabinets, and many more.

Take a look at this short, two-minute video to get a full look at the capabilities of the NotifEye temperature monitoring and notification system.



Cooper-Atkins is the creator of the NotifEye system, and the company has made great strides expanding their offerings from their healthcare line into foodservice. Their solutions are a great way to make hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) compliance easier to track and report. 

Here at Pro-Pacific, we feature a sample NotifEye system in our culinary system. You can stop by our test kitchen and visit with chef Wade to see how easy the NotifEye system is, or you can learn more now by viewing the product sell sheet and spec sheet.

Spend some time with Chef Wade, and learn more about the NotifEye cloud-based temperature monitoring and notification system.

Pro-Pacific Chef Wade Harris

Topics: Wade Harris, Cooper Atkins, NotifEye, Temperature Monitoring, HACCP

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