Comprehensive Recipe Costing Software Linked to Current Supplier Food Prices
Accurate recipe cards are rarely kept to hand. This is particularly apparent if you need to use relief chefs to cover holidays or when staff leave. On these occasions standards and reputations can be effected very quickly. Any recipe cost cards that are held are certainly out of date, which can have a dramatic effect on costs and possibly reducing profits.
The KitMan System includes a world beating Cost Card system. Each ingredient is linked to your supplier's products. When a price is altered all Cost Cards are automatically updated.
Along with specific ingredient, preparation and pricing details the Cost Cards also support:
- Presentation Information
- Preparation Standards
- Current Suppliers' Prices (Automatically Updated)
- Highlight Underachieving Dishes
- Allows Prices to be set to Different Target Profits for Different Service Areas
- Nutritional Information
- Dietary Information
- Health and Safety Information
- Taste Panel Results
- Customised output for Training Manuals or Standard Operational Procedures, SOPs
- Up to four Photographs for each recipe with captions
Clearly a powerful tool but the KitMan System also comes with 500** of Olympus' Cost Cards that you can select from our extensive recipe bank. These can then be amended to suit your particular requirements.
** Subject to the version of KitMan chosen
Click Here for a sample Search Result and Click Here for a sample Cost Card.
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If your business could benefit from Kitchen Management Software we now offer a free 30 day trial with no obligation. We then offer scalable monthly or annual license options so there are no up front capital costs.
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