How do I download & configure the Digital Manager mobile app?

This article shows users how to download and configure Decision Logic’s Digital Manager mobile application. Additionally, below are the mobile application's available features and device requirements.


The Decision Logic Digital Manager mobile application gives operators a glance at a store’s performance while on the go. The Digitial Manager mobile app is referred to as ‘DDM.’ The mobile app allows managers to perform the following tasks:


  • View sales and labor metrics with 30-day trend lines.

  • View comparison of sales and labor metrics by day, week, and year.

  • Define sales and labor parameters displays if a store needs action.

  • Enter regular and hot item inventory simultaneously with multiple users.

  • Enter line checks.

Mobile Device Requirements

  • Android 5.0 or higher

  • iOS 10.0 or higher


Check out this short video on downloading and configuring the Digital Manager mobile app.



Table of Contents

For additional questions or assistance, please submit a support ticket by visiting the Decision Logic Service Center.

Download & Configure App

Begin by ensuring you are connected to Wi-Fi and have the correct device requirements.


  1. From either Google Play or Apple Store, download and open ‘Decision Logic Digital Manager.’

  2. Click OK to allow access to the device’s camera.

  3. Log into Decision Logic’s platform from a web browser and navigate to Operations > User Settings > Mobile Settings.

  4. Scan the QR Code with your mobile device’s camera or enter the Manual API Key.

  5. Tap Login.

  6. Enter the Username and Password used to log into Decision Logic’s platform via the web browser and tap Continue.


  7. Tap Continue to acknowledge the welcome message.

  8. Select a Labor Preference and Continue. Labor Preference is how you want labor data represented upon logging in.

  9. Adjust the sliding scale for Daily Sales & Labor Preference range. Stores that appear as ‘actions required’ will fall within the selected parameters.

  10. Tap Done.




After the initial mobile app configuration, users will see the reporting dashboard upon logging in.