Restaurant management system


Many restaurant management systems actually perform more than just POS functions. They have modules for your front of the house, back of the house, HR, and CRM processes. Here are the main features of a typical restaurant management system:

Core POS

The main module consists of accepting payments and tracking sales. Our POS may include table and on-site POS via handheld, kiosk, or tablet, which allows you to take orders remotely from the main cashier register. The POS is linked to other main systems like credit card and payment gateways, inventory management, and CRM, to form an end-to-end restaurant management system.

POS Hardware

It consists of the physical parts of the POS, such as a terminal, card reader, printer, and cash drawer. Collectively, you call them the cash register. Some vendors offer a bundle of software and hardware, but Our restaurant management systems operate using your PC or smartphone/tablet, so you just subscribe to the software features.

Employee Scheduler

This feature usually comes with a calendar and an employee portal. The calendar shows available and taken slots, while the portal enables employees to book their own schedule. It avoids conflict in schedule and makes it easy to spot days that are understaffed or overstaffed, giving your room to make quick adjustments.

Inventory management

restaurant management systems offer the features of the best inventory management software. These systems help you gain tight control over your stocks and avoid overstocks and stockouts, both of which put a strain on the cash flow. You can track supplies before they run out, link the system with suppliers for direct orders, and break down items to ingredient level for a fuller view of stocks. 

Payment processing integration

Our restaurant management system usually integrates with a payment gateway or credit card processing system that enables customers to pay other than cash. Customers can securely sign in using a handheld device or scanner.

Reporting & Analytics

This module allows you to run analytics by consolidating data from other modules to come up with insights into your operations. These insights can be reflected in sales reports, financial statements, employee performance reports, and marketing campaign metrics.

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