POS Reports: Take Time to Learn How to Use Them

Pappas, Mike
October 2002
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2002, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers the author's views on the benefits of analyzing point-of-sale (POS) reports in the foodservice industry. He says that the POS system which monitors the number of menu items sold at a certain period of time helps foodservice operators find food shortages. He mentions that voids could also be tracked by POS system based in five categories including customer left, dissatisfied customers, and server errors. He adds that analyzing POS reports helps save money and gain profits.


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