In this video, I’m going to give you a quick overview of how recipe costing software can help you manage your costs and restaurant operations. If you’re a single restaurant operator, multi restaurant operator or franchisor I highly recommend that you watch this video to see how we can help you!
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Rick Herbst, Co-Owner/COO 3 Time Emmy Winning Actor
Rick’s video testimonial is not only for Recipe-Costing.com it is about the time and effort it takes to build a successful online catering business. If you’re a start up or a veteran in the industry you’ll love his honest approach and I recommend you watch it.
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You need the right tools to manage your operations in an organized manner. Information must be at your finger tips to make operational decisions on the fly. Recipe Costing Software is a restaurant management platform that is powerful and easy to use. Most importantly, we’re not going to over charge you. We’ve been in the restaurant business and we know that every penny counts.
Cost out your recipes, sub-recipes, menu items, include labor, and materials to calculate an accurate price.
Sync menu items with our POS partners and compare menu price with costs to determine food costs.
Create nutritional labels manually or use the USDA database to match food items and quantities. Our easy to use wizard will guide you through the process.
Apply allergens to food items. As recipes, sub recipes, and menu items are created. Tagged food items with allergens will be displayed throughout our software.
Scale Menu & Recipes
Not sure how much or how little to make? No problem, just scale recipes and menu items up or down.
Adjust and manage inventory by item or group. Review your inventory based on purchase or portioned values.
Create restaurant purchase orders on the fly and email them to your sales representative.
Create shopping list based on available inventory using our wizard.
Track inventory real-time as menu items are sold using our point of sale partners.
Our interview process begins with questions to nail down the reasons why you need an enterprise platform and what changes you’re expecting from a customize platform.
This is the time to meet your project manager and development team. Introductions are needed to keeping the communication moving between both camps to insure a successful launch.
This is our time to collect business procedures, talk about automation and how to quantify your investment. If building this scope of work forces you to think, then we’re doing our job.
4. Staging and Implementation
If your enterprise platform requires customization, we will begin by showing an interactive prototype and allowing you to test drive it before releasing it.
5. Beta Testing
Time to work in color! We begin by running day to day operations using our software including any customization to insure our software is ready for launch.
Time go live and begin using Recipe Costing Software with all key players. We will set a go live date and a couple of weeks before we go live there will be testing dates. In addition, we will schedule calls to make sure we’re firing on all cylinders.
7. Training and Support
This is not the end, it’s the beginning! We want to be part of your team as your software department. This means keeping your staff trained and supported.
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