For small and large establishments

For small and large estabilishments
Our catering system is used as a standard by establishments ranging from small ones, for several dozen diners, to corporate
dining halls with more than 2,000 diners and connected chains of establishments, where around 20,000 diners eat daily. Similarly, it is possible to flexibly combine different ways of serving diners - ordering meals in the dining room and/or
via the Internet, with sales via cash registers, or even with vending machines of various purposes. Our SW can be used
both for dispensaries importing food and for establishments organizing food delivery. The modular architecture of
the catering software makes it possible, if necessary, to easily switch to a different method of serving diners than
the one currently used in the establishment.

Similarly, it is possible to operate the sales part (i.e. cash registers or orders with delivery) and the warehouse and
production part separately or connected. This is also reflected in the wide range of prices at which we offer the catering system. For the smallest establishments serving up to about 80 diners, a fully electronic ordering system with an ordering and
dispensing terminal can be quite expensive. That's why we also offer a so-called checkout with ordering, where diners
can, in addition to buying in the canteen, order food for several days in advance at the checkout, and meal vouchers
with the ordered meals are printed out at the checkout. Compared to these meal tickets, ordered meals are then issued
to him. Another option for the smallest establishments is an order terminal with printing. Diners can order meals (and change
orders) at the terminal. After the deadline for orders for the respective day, diners have the option to print the
respective meal ticket. The boarder will then prove the meal card when the meals are delivered. It is also possible
to use only ordering via the WEB instead of the ordering terminal. For small establishments, the option of managing
the establishment via the WEB can be advantageous. All these solutions reduce the price of HW needed for installation. On the opposite side of the price spectrum are chains of interconnected establishments with central administration
(perhaps with nationwide scope). Such a solution can enable diners to order and collect meals at multiple establishments,
central management of warehouses (possibly even recipes) and usually also means a reduction in the number of service