"We have used the Eatec and WMx solutions for many years and have complete confidence in
According to a release, the Eatec solution is a Microsoft Windows- based, full-featured inventory, procurement and production system designed specifically for the hospitality and foodservice industries. Along with its core purchasing, inventory, recipe, forecasting, production and sales analysis functions, the software also offers modules for catering, cycle planning, retail management, nutrition and allergens. The modular structure allows customers to construct the exact set of features they need - whether an enterprise-wide solution for multiple sites or a single-site system for multiple functions. The software is available as an on-premise or Software-as-a-Service solution.
The WMx solution is a feature-rich enterprise system designed to help hospitality organizations improve the efficiency and productivity of the workforce. It includes tools for performance- based scheduling, dynamic labor forecasting, embedded workflow for employee hiring, employee self-service and multiple time-capture solutions. It seamlessly integrates with numerous point-of-sale, property management, inventory and procurement and payroll systems, enabling hospitality providers to reduce labor costs and increase profitability.
"In an industry where margins are tight and mistakes are costly, automated inventory and procurement and workforce management systems are essential management tools," said
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