A restaurant management has many of seriously important, inter-connected processes. After all, restaurants are a combination of a factory and a retail operation rolled up into one. And, don’t forget distribution. Delivery and catering are both growing revenue centers for many restaurant companies.
To keep track of all these processes without software solutions is a high-risk, low-reward option. keeping all the facts in their heads is a smart way, but they would not be able to grow the business. There aren’t enough really smart people in the world to do all this work manually.
If you are owning a restaurant business, software solutions are compulsory as a stove. Like a stove, you need your software system to interact with one another. Software solutions produce data, and data is critical for a company to compete.
- Outline the extensive categories of software solutions.
- Describe how they support critical business processes.
- And illustrate the importance of linking the data between solutions
Software Solution Toolkits
There are more types of restaurants than we have time to describe in this blog. We all have been to many types, from cafeterias to pretzel stands, from ice cream parlors to fine steakhouses. The detailed procedures that each type of restaurant uses are often unique, but they can be generalized without losing too much accuracy.
So, as you read the descriptions below keep in mind that no one needs all of these systems, but most people need most of them. Some of the points below are complete systems, and other points are features commonly found within larger systems.
Front-of-house solutions include all of the systems a guest might observe or interact with. The purpose of these systems is to improve the guest experience, including ordering the food.
- Point of Sale – one of the few universal solutions.
- table management.
- Table top ordering.
- Reservations for tables
Back-of-house solutions manage the operation of the retail and manufacturing environments, including figuring out how much raw material is needed, and how much labor is needed. It is also often the front end of the company’s banking system.
- Food costing
- Labor scheduling
- Cash management
- Manager’s log
- Temperature monitoring
Speed-of-service solutions measure the speed of execution of the operation from the customer’s perspective.
- Drive-thru time requirement
- Kitchen Display System
UnavuPOS helps you to make easy management of inventory and helps employees or the waiter to make their work faster and accurate without missing any invoice or order.