Restaurant Management Software

Business.com / Industry / Last Modified: February 22, 2017

Most people don't consider the restaurant business a high-tech endeavor. However, a growing number of restaurant-specific software ...

Most people don't consider the restaurant business a high-tech endeavor. However, a growing number of restaurant-specific software programs have emerged to help you with nearly every aspect of running your business. And there's more good news: most of this software is affordable for smaller businesses that operate only a few eateries or even a single location. The various software products currently available can help you:

  1. Maximize profits
  2. Lower food costs
  3. Streamline staff scheduling
  4. Improve table and customer management
  5. Improve your reservations system
  6. Control inventory
  7. Design menus

Cost out your recipes

Accurate recipe costing can put you on the fast track to success. With the right figures, you can easily identify your most profitable menu items as well as items that aren't cost-effective. Software programs eliminate human error in this crucial area.

Reservations and table management

Reservation software can help you reduce no-shows, take reservations from your Web site, identify VIPs and regulars, track customer preferences, capture customer contact information, and more. It can also help you maximize table management and improve your guest management.

Control and track inventory

In the restaurant business, controlling inventory is crucial in order to minimize waste and to avoid running out of necessary ingredients.

Ordering and purchasing

Look for software that streamlines the ordering and purchasing process so you can concentrate on revenue-generating activities.

Menu design

If you make frequent changes to your menu or you simply don't want the hassle and expense of hiring a graphic designer, use software that helps you create designer-quality menus.

Staff scheduling

Every restaurant owner knows that scheduling employees can be a real headache. When performed manually, the task is time-consuming and often results in mistakes, such as understaffing or overstaffing.
  • If you operate more than one restaurant, test-drive the software in one before implementing it system wide.
  • Many restaurant software programs have powerful reporting features. Use them to analyze your sales, your customers and your menu. Make changes based on what you learn.

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