KitchenCUT leading the way at restaurant & Bar tech live!
Henley on Thames, UK - Kitchen CUT are excited to be exhibiting their cutting edge F&B Management Software at this year’s Restaurant and Bar Tech Live at Excel, London on 25th and 26th September. As the largest show of its kind in the industry, visitors will be able to see, test, discover, and experience the latest and greatest products and technology, making it the perfect forum for industry experts and professionals to see the Kitchen CUT system in action, talk to the team and learn more about the way it can save both time and money, whilst increasing profits.
In addition to visiting the Kitchen CUT stand and seeing the system in action, visitors will be able to see Kitchen CUT’s Co-Founder and Michelin Starred Chef, John Wood joining a live panel debate 'Investing in Innovation: What's on the Menu'.
Not only that, Kitchen CUT’s ground breaking Supplier Gateway has also been nominated for an Innovation Award, which will take place on Wednesday 26th September at 12.30. The new Supplier Gateway is an innovative, free global trading platform, built specifically for hospitality suppliers and vendors. For suppliers, it’s fast, easy-to-use and completely accessible, offering instant integration with customers; for vendors, it cuts the cost of trading, simplifies the supply chain, and makes the whole purchasing process cheaper, more time efficient and more transparent.
Talking about their presence at this year’s show, Simon Haynes, Kitchen CUT’s CTO, said:
“Restaurant and Bar Tech Live is the perfect platform to launch our cutting edge Supplier Gateway; this is a brand new service, providing instant integration and a direct link to suppliers. We know managing product price changes, online ordering and transactional processing takes up valuable time and so we developed the Gateway as a time-saving and efficient solution to benefit both operators and suppliers.”
The Gateway is the latest innovation from Kitchen CUT, a system that helps to transform every element of an F&B business allowing control wherever you are, with access from any device. The full Purchase-to-Pay system includes features such as Supplier Management, Allergen Tracking, Nutritional Analysis, Recipe Costing & Menu Planning, Stock Control, Wastage Tracking and Buffet Analysis among many others.
“We’re really looking forward to exhibiting at Restaurant and Bar Tech Live to demonstrate how Kitchen CUT is able to revolutionise back-of-house operations. In a nutshell, Kitchen CUT makes an F&B business more efficient and accurate than ever before, whilst relieving operators’ workloads,” explains co-founder and former Michelin starred Chef John Wood. “The reaction from people is always fantastic – they want to know why they didn’t know about us sooner and Restaurant and Bar Tech Live is a great place show new restauranteurs and hoteliers to how they can transform their business.”
Kitchen CUT combines an understanding of operational pressures with insightful and detailed financial performance reporting, whatever the size of your business - from a single unit, to a multi-site operation that spans different regions or even countries.
With a packed development plan and even more technological advances planned for 2018 into 2019, there are more exciting things to come from Kitchen CUT.
The Kitchen CUT team will be on hand to answer any questions and demonstrate the system’s extraordinary capabilities. You can see them on Stand 2614. To book an appointment at Restaurant and Bar Tech Live, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call +44 (0) 330 113 0050 or visit www.kitchencut.com to find out more and sign up for a free trial.
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