Restaurant management software

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Restaurant management software is the collective term for software that is used to aid in restaurant operations. This is mainly POS software, but can include other types of software as well. Such software usually assists with ordering, billing, inventory management, and queue management, and can be broadly divided into FOH (front of house) and BOH (back of house) software.[1] Benefits of using software to manage aspects of restaurant operations include efficiency and a reduction in customer wait times,[2][3][4][5] as well as preventing employee scams.[6]

Prevalent restaurant management software companies include: OpenTable, Presto, Resy, Tock, SevenRooms and Omnifi.

Examples of restaurant software are 'order at table' and 'pay at table' apps, which effectively allow the customer to order and pay independently. The only input from serving staff is in actually bringing food and drink to the table.

Restaurant POS[edit]

  • Table management
  • Floor Management
  • Order line notes
  • Bill printing before payment
  • Kitchen order printer
  • Bill splitting
  • Tips

Point of Sale[edit]

  • Point of sale
  • Multiple countries
  • Offline report
  • Multiple user session
  • Cash control
  • Barcode support
  • Product categories
  • Attractive user interface
  • Virtual Keyboard
  • Large Scrollbar
  • Taxes
  • Included/Excluded tax
  • Sale detail report
  • Item wise/Global discount
  • Price List
  • Loyalty program
  • Price modification control
  • Multiple payment terms
  • Card reader support
  • Direct invoicing
  • Connected to inventory
  • Multi-order Processing
  • Search product
  • Change cashier

Inventory[edit]

  • Multi-Warehouse
  • Multi-Location
  • Package managing
  • Barcode support
  • Batch picking
  • Landed cost
  • Advance Scheduling
  • Inventory adjustment
  • Preordering rules
  • Inventory valuation
  • Scrapping
  • Product types
  • Shipping connectors
  • Product variants
  • Multiple units of measure
  • Lot & Serial number tracking
  • Expiry date
  • Stock forecasting
  • Product category
  • Various product descriptions
  • Run Scheduler
  • Stock removal strategy

Purchase[edit]

  • Purchase agreement
  • Request for quotation
  • Purchase order
  • Order approval
  • Vendor warning
  • Drop shipping
  • Billing
  • Lock purchase order
  • Enterprise list

Invoicing[edit]

  • Customer invoicing
  • Customer credit notes
  • Payments
  • Sales receipts
  • Vendor bill
  • Vendor credit notes
  • Vendor Payment
  • Journal entries
  • Payment terms
  • Fiscal position
  • Payment matching
  • Asset management
  • Multi-currency
  • Payment follow up
  • Online payment
  • Batch deposit
  • Anglosaction/USS gap
  • Budget management
  • Cash rounding
  • Analytical accounting
  • Real-time / inventory valuation
  • Costing method
  • Auditor record locking

Reference - https://www.cybrosys.com/odoo/industries/restaurant-management/

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Let's end the confusion on what "restaurant management software" really means". CrunchTime! Information Systems. 11 September 2018. Retrieved 12 January 2019.
  2. ^ "The 2016 Smart Decision Guide to Restaurant Management and POS Systems" (PDF). Oracle Hospitality. Starfleet Media. 2016. Retrieved 12 October 2017.
  3. ^ Bortone, Brad (20 June 2017). "Why Scalability Is Priority 1 For Restaurant Management Systems". Restaurant Insider. Upserve. Retrieved 12 October 2017.
  4. ^ "Penguin MAX & Penguin MIN - Restaurant Management Software". Penguin App. Prompt Softech. 2017. Retrieved 12 October 2017.
  5. ^ "Penguin App - Restaurant Software Solutions by Prompt Softech". Prompt Softech. Prompt Softech. 2019. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  6. ^ Bushnell, Mona (11 October 2017). "5 Restaurant Employee Scams That Will Cost Your Business Big". Business.com. Retrieved 12 October 2017.