Enjoy a small tutorial with screenshots to see, how easy it is to manage your valuable wine stock on Lightspeed Restaurant.
1. Select the beverage
Head to the “Products” menu. In this example, we have selected the “Wine” category and “Bedrock Zinfandel.” If you click on it, you can see all the information regarding the product, for example, the description, image, price and more.
2. Stock Management
At the end of the product card, there’s an option to select “Enable Stock Management.” Click on it and now you have two more subsections under it.
3. Stock level
In this example, we have received 24 bottles of the previously selected wine. As soon as you type 24 in the box, it is immediately available for your guests.
4. Enforce stock
This is an optional feature- if the box is checked, as soon as the stock runs out, the waiters won’t be able to add anymore of the particular beverage to the guest’s order.
How does this affect staff during their shift?
Show & Tell feature: Access the menu item description and images to display to the restaurant’s guests. Your employees are also immediately informed about the stock availability.
Stock levels on the menu button: The restaurant point of sale system offers to add the stock level on the menu button, which makes it even easier accessible to the staff.
All the beverages are in order
We hope that this tutorial has been useful for your restaurant. By using the “Enable Stock Management” and “Enforce Stock” features, the restaurant’s guest won’t be able to order anything which is out of stock. Additionally, as soon as the waiter notices the unavailability of an item, they can prepare themselves to give according recommendations for a substitute. The staff is well informed and the guest doesn’t feel as disappointed as it might be. Explore this feature with any other item in your menu and be one step forward to impeccable service with Lightspeed Restaurant POS.
*The article was inspired by lightspeedhq.com article:”How to manage your wine and beer stock”
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