Function Tracker For Caterers is a cloud-based catering management solution designed for small and midsize businesses. It offers menu management, staff management and equipment management functionalities within a suite.
The menu management module allows users to design menus, catering packages and maintain price lists. Users can also itemize menus using equipment and logistics items and costs. The product also features a staff calendar, which helps users to scheduling employees based on their availability. Users can also track staff costs for events.
The documentation feature lets users create quotes, contracts, running sheets and event running orders. Customer management tools enable users to store contacts, record client notes and search information by event or customer name. Users can also manage financial details, track bonds and deposits, create deposit invoices and refund payments with Function Trackers.
Pricing is per month.
Sam from The Verandah
Employees number: 11-50 employees
It's a total one place, multiplatform program that you can manage every part of your event.
That we can use Function Tracker for every part of our business, Out Catering, Function Centre and Cafe
Caroline from Broad House Hotel
Having worked for the big Brands Marriott and whitbread in the UK with some ver complicated software - that was very expensive it was extremely refreshing to eventually find a piece of software that was easy to use , easy to customise and NO capital outlay they even give you a free month . This was very useful as we used this to set the system up and load all of our exiting bookings before using it live . We never looked back - Neither will you . It punches well above its weight - better than delphi . 100 %
We spent over 3 months researching for something that was affordable and did not involve any capital outlay .
Simple to use
easy to install
easy to train
ability for more than 1 user at a time
easy to customise
could not find any - everyone was helpful - only challenge i had was speed to respond to questions but they have resolved that now .