Take control of your food and beverage costs, and reduce waste with restaurant inventory management
Simplify inventory management and prevent mistakes before they happen
Inventory is a time-consuming task. But at the pace managers operate and the unpredictable problems that show up at every shift – maintaining the perfect inventory management process is often a challenge. Arm your managers with an end-to-end inventory workflow that uses your data to spot mistakes before they happen and recommends corrective action that optimizes food costs and reduces waste.
Increase the accuracy of your inventory processesGive managers a proven inventory workflow with ordering insights unique to their data, so they know which actions their store should take and when.
Take corrective action to prevent theft, waste and errorsGenerate reports that drill into exception data, find errors and assign corrective actions before committing data to financial records.
Drive intelligent decisions with precision forecastingOrdering based on gut instinct should be the exception, not the rule. Reduce waste with best-fit forecasts generated from historical sales data, events, weather, seasonality and more.
Make it easy to take action on intelligenceVisual indicators call attention to potential issues, like count mistakes, while managers are still in front of the product, not in the back office.
Maintain compliance and improve food safety protocolsThe safety of your customers and employees is your biggest priority. Integrate data and third-party devices like beacons, sensors and thermometers with an intelligent workflow that can automate tasks and deliver out-of-tolerance alerts.
Three Unexpected Ways Modern Technology Can Reduce Food Waste
Better inventory management is the key that lets you reduce food waste — ordering the right amount of ingredients, having effective processes, the right recipes, and a knowledgeable staff. Over the years, restaurants have tried to solve the daunting task of inventory management with back office technology. And while these systems have helped to a certain degree, they still make life difficult for both operators and managers. The good news? That’s changing. Read the blog.