Making a restaurant chain run is an extremely challenging task. The numbers of processes involved are probably unimaginable by a lay person. Some common yet grave problem face by restaurateurs that often require in-depth analysis to be solved are volatile customer demand and increasing complexity of supply networks. What if there was a tool that managed the backend activities of your restaurants chain while all you had to do was click?
Restaurant Supply chain Management can be defined as an active management system which lets your innovate strategies to maximize customer value and achieve sustainable competitive advantage. It is software that lets you manage your entire network in real-time. It also lets you manage your operations at a single/multiple central kitchen level, warehouse, or store.
The SCM software for Restaurant helps you leverage dynamic information and analysis, making possible meeting with heightened expectations for responsiveness, and facilitate cohesion across all the department and companies. It is not only responsible for logistics of the entire process, but also keeps a tab on wastage and the yield of products.
The caretaker and manager of all the backend activities of your restaurant franchise, Supply Chain Managment software for Restaurant aims at automatizing the daily hassle prone processes that are involved in running your business.
It can be tedious for outlet managers to decide the quantity of requirements for the next day on an everyday basis. SCM, with centralised ordering system as one of its features, is programmed in such a way that it can scale the probable daily requirements specific to every outlet and accordingly decide what should be optimal. In order to calculate the item quantity to be sent, SCM takes into account the offerings on the menu that have been sold over a certain defined period of time.
With the centralised ordering feature of SCM, it is thus possible to manage the optimum level of inventory of every single outlet in your restaurant chain. It lets you solve the problems related to wastage due to over ordering, as well as those associated with customer dissatisfaction due to under ordering (out of stock dishes).
One of the biggest advantages of automating any process is that it removes dependency on human power. Thus, pitfalls can be avoided. In addition to this, the algorithm is constantly being improved by us, at Torqus, to factor in as much data as possible to simplify complex processes for you.