Upgrading or replacing your POS may be a decision you have been putting off for a while.
You’ve spent a lot of time with your POS. It’s easy to think in terms of problems and gaps—but an important step in evaluating POS systems is to clearly detail not only what you want to change, but also the capabilities and qualities you can’t live without.
Employee theft is a problem that plagues the restaurant industry. Every manager wants to trust the people they hire, but that doesn’t mean managers and owners should be naïve to popular tactics for theft detection and prevention. Using the theft controls in your point of sale system doesn’t mean you don’t trust your staff. But it makes it much more difficult for any employees who might be inclined to abuse your trust.
Running multiple locations requires insight into many small local markets, as well as information to draw broader conclusions. In a recent case study by Pizza Marketplace, Woodstock’s Pizza spoke candidly about the challenges the company faced while expanding their business. As their company grew, each location implemented different point-of-sale systems, which created headaches for analyzing data from the stores.