Benefits of Inventory Integrity Audits for Your Bar Business:
Uncover the Truth About Your Staff Performance, & Quantify the Cost On the Business
Stop Theft & Reduce Shrinkage from 25% to 2%
Increase Sales By Up to 10%
Confidentially & Remotely Track Every Drink, Without a Pouring System or Cameras.
See All Missing Drink Sales so that You Can Ask Your Staff the Right Questions
Hold Staff Accountable with Performance Grade Cards
Track All Kegs, Btl Beer, Liquor, Wine, & Even Food
Create a Culture of Accountability & Increase Business Value
Systematize Your Business & Spend More Time Away
Use Just-in-Time Ordering Directly With Your Vendors
Gain Control Of Your Business And Improve Cash Flow
Protect Your Business From the Risk of a State Tax Audit
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Myth: Your Restaurant or Bar’s POS Will Cover Your Inventory Needs
Touchscreen point-of-sale (POS) systems are a crucial part of any restaurant or bar’s operational processes, but they can be incredibly expensive. POS systems often cost at least $20,000, and that price often comes with the myth that a POS can fulfill all of a restaurant’s operational needs.