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Texas A&M chooses CBORD Foodservice Suite

Chris Corum   ||   Dec 17, 2007  ||   

Texas A&M selected CBORD’s Foodservice Suite® to power their dining services operation. The institution will also use the company’s NetNutrition® online nutritional analysis programand EventMaster® PLUS! catering and event management solution. Texas A&M has 47,000 students, 10,000 in residence halls, and 8200 on board plans.

Texas A&M University selects CBORD’s Foodservice Suite
University purchases software to improve margins and efficiency

Ithaca, New York: The CBORD Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that Texas A&M University in College Station, TX recently selected the company as its food service management technology provider. Texas A&M converted to the Foodservice Suite® modular software package on account of its flexible integration capabilities, user-friendly design, and superior client support.

Texas A&M uses Foodservice Suite to handle menu and recipe management and improve inventory control, reducing waste and increasing accuracy. The university also chose to implement CBORD’s NetNutrition® online nutritional analysis program, along with its EventMaster® PLUS! catering and event management solution. Both products are fully integrated with Foodservice Suite, allowing employees and customers alike to enjoy a seamless user experience with the most up-to-date information.

Foodservice Suite is a leader in the college and university marketplace for improving margins and increasing customer and employee satisfaction by automating campus food service operations. The scalable software package supports functionality for menu management, recipe scaling, nutritional analysis, inventory management, purchasing, and much more. Furthermore, the system’s tight integration with other CBORD® offerings, such as campus card systems, online ordering solutions, catering and event management software, and online nutritional analysis tools, makes it easy for universities to see the “big picture” of auxiliary operations.

The purchase of Foodservice Suite is one of many strategic changes Texas A&M’s food service operations have undergone for the purpose of improving student services under the leadership of Nadeem E. Siddiqui, Executive Director, Dining Services. In fact, the students at Texas A&M recently named Siddiqui Administrator of the Year in recognition of the dedication to student satisfaction he and his staff have displayed.

“We are excited to team up with The CBORD Group to advance and develop our dining program and to ensure the best dining program for our wonderful Aggie community,” says Siddiqui.

“Mr. Siddiqui’s team at Texas A&M has a long history of commitment to student services, and we are very pleased to assist them in refining their food service operations,” says Randy Eckels, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, The CBORD Group, Inc. “Our user-friendly software automates back-end processes, allowing university employees to focus on the quality customer service Nadeem and his staff exhibit every day. We are glad to play a role in their success.”

Texas A&M University currently enrolls 47,000 students. It has a residence hall population of 10,000, with 8,200 students on board plans.

About The CBORD Group, Inc.

The CBORD Group serves colleges and universities, corporations, healthcare facilities, chain restaurants, supermarkets, and a host of other market segments. CBORD’s products are used in food service, catering, nutrition services, online ordering, meal plans, campus ID card privilege control, access control, integrated security, housing services, and other institution-wide activities. The CBORD Group serves more than 6,000 clients in the U.S., Canada, Europe, South Africa, the Middle East, New Zealand, and Australia.

The CBORD Group was founded in 1975. Today it employs more than 475 professionals. To learn more about CBORD, visit us at

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