Your back office and POS are part of two separate worlds, and you have to waste a lot of time to reconcile information. After each day, you have to look into how much was sold at the POS; then you have to register it in your back office; finally, you must make sure that your inventory is accurate. Not only: it’s also up to you to analyze your sales, and understand what you are doing right, what you could improve on, and where you should save money. If your back office and POS aren’t connected, your only option when it comes to seeing, for example, which dishes are popular and which should be discontinued, is to go through all the sales in your POS, and understand the trends. If only you had a modern POS with a back office system, or an all-integrated restaurant system, how much time you would save..! You would also be able to eliminate all the mistakes you make when copying and calculating numbers, and you could use the system’s reports to understand what is working in your business, and what you are doing wrong. An outdated POS can put a restaurant in trouble in so many ways (… and counting). Your restaurant software should be the backbone of your business, sustaining you while you create tasty dishes and great customer experiences. If the backbone doesn’t support you, how can you expect the rest to stand? If you need help choosing a Point of Sale for your restaurant, download our whitepaper and learn 8 tips to help you buy the right POS system.