October 2021

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NSF EyeSucceed Smartglass Solutions Win SmartBrief Innovation Award

This year, SmartBrief and the National Restaurant Association recognize NSF EyeSucceed and other exceptional contributions to the foodservice industry.
Restaurant worker checking equipment with smartglass | NSF International
SmartBrief Innovation Awards - Food Service 2021 Winner

SmartBrief, a leading publisher of business news, in partnership with the National Restaurant Association, named NSF EyeSucceed a winner of the inaugural SmartBrief Innovation Awards for Foodservice in the category of Technology Solutions. The award recognizes our wearable technology platform — including its back-of-house training capabilities and corrective intelligence — as an innovative product that helped the foodservice industry “at a time when COVID-19 interrupted and threatened so many businesses and their ability to operate.” NSF EyeSucceed was evaluated by a panel of food industry professionals and was selected based on its originality, ability to problem-solve and usefulness.

Leading quick service restaurant brands have already embraced NSF EyeSucceed for its ability to help them improve efficiencies, increase brand satisfaction and lower costs. According to Jorge Hernandez, Quality Assurance VP at The Wendy’s Company, “When your job is to protect your brand across the globe, learning fast and being flexible are at the top of your toolbox. NSF EyeSucceed provides us an additional tool that made our approach more flexible, and our work more efficient and effective.”

The NSF EyeSucceed team and the entire Food division at NSF are gratified by this recognition of the technology’s impact on the restaurant and foodservice industry. “Now more than ever, it’s important to find creative solutions that keep not only consumers safe, but the people in the food industry safe as well,” said John Rowley, NSF’s Vice President of the Global Food Division. “We are proud that NSF EyeSucceed helps achieve this vision and honored to receive this award.”