Restaurant365 Software


 

Restaurant365 is a cloud-based accounting solution for restaurants of all sizes. Key features include accounting, inventory, banking, budgeting and analytics.

Restaurant365 offers general ledger features such as retail fiscal periods, fixed- and variable-based budgeting, cash forecasting, customizable financial reports, daily sales journal and labor accrual. Accounts payable includes 1099 forms, MICR check printing, e-signatures, vendor paying via ACH, AP aging by location and positive pay. Accounts receivable features multi-field and multi-transaction type search, transaction approval workflow and audit tracking.

Restaurant365 also offers tools for labor scheduling, real-time inventory valuation, automatically updated costing, recipe creation and analysis and other operational modules.

Restaurant365 offers versions for single- or multi-unit restaurant businesses. It’s available for purchase on a monthly subscription basis.

 

Restaurant365 - Bank Rule
 
  • Restaurant365 - Bank Rule
    Bank Rule
  • Restaurant365 - AP Invoicing
    AP Invoicing
  • Restaurant365 - Budgeting
    Budgeting
  • Restaurant365 - Reporting Dashboard
    Reporting Dashboard
  • Restaurant365 - Mobile App
    Mobile App
Supported Operating System(s):
Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 8, Windows 10

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Moises from Palenque

September 2017

September 2017

Great change, easy to use on most plataforms

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Pros

Predeterminate Reports are great, easy acces to information, inventory entry from your phone, easy to change data as ap, items info, masive ap invoice upload, masive journal entries upload, easy uploads formats, quick access from one screen to anotherone

Cons

Bank reconciliations.
Hard recipe configuration
I do not like that vendor can set up aditional info on the electronic invoices

Source: Capterra