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Save Time From "Excel Hell"

To build reports, you probably copy and paste data from one source to another. After you organize the information, you'll need to apply the correct formulas. The manual, repetitive process is inefficient, error-prone, and reports are kept static.

Mirus saves time from "Excel Hell" by collecting and organizing multiple data sets, across multiple locations. Calculations are made with drag & drop simplicity and saved reports become dynamic or instantly updated anytime by authorized users.

Restaurant Focused Service

Some reporting solutions cater to any and all industries. Over time, reporting complexities will emerge that waste time and render the solution useless. For instance, how to transfer data from one POS to another or how to establish fiscal calendars for restaurant finances.

Mirus has been dedicated to multi-unit restaurants since 1999. Our account managers and developers are all together, under one roof and work with several different concepts and sizes. They work hard to provide answers to questions, concerns and even share reporting tactics and strategies others have used.

No Long-Term Contracts

It's hard to invest in software that requires a long term commitment. Some vendors create binding contracts that are difficult to get out of in the event you are unhappy.

That's not how Mirus does business. Our 98% resubscription rate proves our hard work is appreciated. However, if you ever are not satisfied, just give us a heads-up and we'll cancel your subscription.

Affordable & Proven

Consider the time wasted running reports on spreadsheets or the capital it truly takes to create and maintain a DIY reporting system.

On average, Mirus clients spend around $50 per restaurant. For that investment, reporting becomes simple, automated, and actionable. On top of that, restaurants who use Mirus outpreform the industry by 3% in overall sales. That's proven quality at an affordable rate.


Automate and Share Reports

After hours of "Excel Hell", the last thing you want, is to repeat the process a month later for an updated report.

With Mirus, users can assign custom thresholds and parameters so reports can be automated and shared as email alerts. This allows leaders to monitor important information every morning and prioritize tasks for the day.


Finding relationships and trends between multiple sets of data can take a large amount of time and effort. This type of research is normally accomplished by using SQL or spreadsheet pivot tables.

Mirus has a feature called N-Step that can accomplish the same results using drag and drop simplicity. For example, we could learn: What single item paired the most when a customer purchased a single soft drink? Or which menu item takes the longest to prepare by the cooking staff?

Report History

Most of us wear several different hats at work. In other reporting solutions, it can be a pain to switch from one report to another on-the-fly.

Mirus solved this issue by creating a report history navigation bar at the bottom of the web page.

Unlimited Users and Reports

In some manner or another, all restaurants focus on growth. It's frustrating when services vendors have set storage limits or have fees for new users.

Mirus allows clients to add has many users as they want and to create as many custom reports as they need.

Check-Level Filters

You don't need to be a spreadsheet expert or analysis guru to investigate your data.

After your information is collected and organized, Mirus provides multiples features to explore what's going on.

Beautiful Visualizations

You don't want to present unappealing reports. Numbers overlapping or too small to read are common issues with data stuffed into tight spreadsheets.

Mirus reports provide users with eye-catching visualizations, clean lines, and proper spacing. Here are a few visual features:

  • Dynamic Chart & Graph Engine
  • Color Coded Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
  • Column and Row Density Options
  • Zoomability Settings
  • PDF Printing Options
  • Data Perspective and Comparisons Switch Headers