Restaurant365 Opens up Utah Office
We are pleased to announce the opening of an office in Utah! There are folks on the development, implementation, support, and sales teams working out of the office. It is located in the greater Salt Lake City area. TweetRead More!
Restaurant365 Releases New Banking Integration Features (ACH, Positive Pay, Check Signatures)
Restaurant365 is pleased to announce 3 new features to it’s Banking module for multi-unit restaurant accountants. They are ACH, Positive Pay, and automatic Check Signatures. ACH is powerful way of reducing the amount of time you spend printing and mailing checks. Simply gather bank account info from your vendors and Restaurant365 will make paying your [...]Read More!
Do You Know the 3 A’s of Good Back Office Restaurant Reporting?
There are three important attributes of good reporting in any restaurant – and they can be categorized by three words all starting with the letter ‘A’. Accurate Actionable Accessible Let’s briefly touch on each one: Accuracy – This might be the most obvious one but it isn’t always a given if you find yourself re-keying [...]Read More!
How Can Restaurant Accounting Software Help My Business?
I found myself in a conversation today with a restaurant professional discussing the merits and benefits of restaurant accounting software over generic accounting software. The key difference is how it specifically helps restaurants achieve their objectives of: 1. Protecting assets 2. Identifying opportunities and trouble 3. Increasing profitability without lowering customer service What tool can [...]Read More!
One Very Important Difference Between Restaurant365 & Compeat Advantage – “Drill Directly To Source Transactions” From Reports
There are many similarities and differences between Restaurant365 and Compeat Advantage. One key difference between the two is: Restaurant365 allows you to drill (or ‘launch’) into a source transaction right from a report without having to leave the report and search for the transactions in a separate screen in order to access the actual transaction. Why is this a big deal? It is a significant [...]Read More!