Kitchen CUT creates F&B survival tool and offers it free for the rest of 2020

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Kitchen CUT has developed a software tool that makes it simple for businesses to launch delivery or click and collect operations – and is offering it to the market for free for the whole of 2020.

The company – best known for its recipe management and inventory modules – says the ‘F+B To Go’ system will benefit any company requiring a simple-to-use platform that allows customers to order online.

Numerous F& B businesses have evolved into areas such as takeaway, delivery and even grocery supply since the coronavirus pandemic forced restaurants to close.

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Kitchen CUT’s F+B To Go dashboard enables users to track and monitor orders as they arrive and throughout the production process.

The tool comes with digital menus which can be customised with brand colours and logos prior to publishing on the user’s website.

The customer is able to see the menu and prices on offer and can place an order by adding an item to their shopping basket.

Payments can then be made online, rendering the whole process completely contactless.

Kitchen CUT’s CTO Simon Haynes said there are no set-up fees, subscription fees or license restrictions and operators could use it at zero cost until the end of the year, irrespective of their EPOS, stock system or menu management system.

He added that businesses of any size and location could sign up on any device and be operational within one hour.

“The current challenges have forced hospitality businesses to adapt quickly in order to survive. We want to help our clients and the sector as a whole and so we have developed F+B To Go to enable businesses to make the transition to click and collect or food delivery in the most safe and efficient way possible. The entire ordering process from menu to payment is entirely contactless.”

Operators that already use Kitchen CUT’s recipe management and inventory modules can integrate the F+B To Go tool into their existing system, the company said.

Those looking to access the free offer can do so HERE.

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