Benefits of PromptTech Restaurant App/Software

| April 18, 2019

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Manage your restaurant from anywhere with PromptTech Restaurant Software! You can now improve sales and profits with a customized restaurant management system – a POS software designed for the foodservice industry. A restaurant management system helps your secure transactions and manage your inventory accurately and generally run every day processes in your restaurant more efficiently. Here’re the benefits of the PromptTech Restaurant software: 1. Track down sales item wise. With this software in place, you can track your sales data accurately down to the last item! All transactions like orders, payments, voids, promo deals and expenses & revenues are captured by the system giving you the actual picture. 2. Generate financial statements. The software generate reports is a matter of a few clicks! All transactions are captured digitally & manual errors avoided. Sales data is also synced with inventory and CRM (for customer data) to update their records as well.

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