Ruth's Chris Steak House

Ruth's Chris went live with UltiPro in December 2001, just six short months after choosing UltiPro. Link said that Ultimate Software provided an excellent value proposition for the steak house because Ruth's Chris's analyses revealed that the restaurant chain could expect a rapid return on investment (ROI). An expedient, cost-effective implementation was a major factor in this return, as was the elimination of monthly per paycheck charges.

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