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The 'Production' function of the POS System enables businesses to effortlessly add finished goods stock to the system. This valuable feature ensures efficient management of both raw material and recipe stocks, as well as finished goods and inventory. By maintaining separate records for raw materials/recipes and finished goods/items, businesses can streamline their operations and enhance inventory control with ease.
In the 'Production' function, let's consider the example of preparing chicken fried rice using ingredients such as chicken, rice, and carrots. For each serving of fried rice, you require 100g of rice, 25g of chicken, and 10g of carrots. Once the preparation is complete, you can easily enter the quantity of fried rice packets you made based on the available stocks. Let's say you prepared 20 packets of fried rice; the 'Production' feature allows you to record this quantity accurately in the system. This way, you can efficiently manage your inventory and keep track of the usage of raw materials while ensuring your finished goods are well accounted for.
The "Production" function in the POS System offers several benefits to businesses:
After completing these steps, you can easily add finished goods stock to the system, keeping track of your raw materials, composite products, and overall inventory management.
(The regular unit cost of the composite product will be calculated based on the quantity and cost of all components or ingredients.)
Disassembling products helps keep an accurate record of the quantity and type of components available in the inventory. It ensures that each component is correctly accounted for and helps prevent stock discrepancies.
The restaurant offers a burger that consists of a bun, patty, tomato, and sauce. When the kitchen prepared burgers POS system allows entering the quantity of the finished goods under the production feature.
When a customer orders a burger, the POS system automatically deducts it from the burger inventory. At the end of the day, If a few burgers left and the business wants those ingredients add back to the stock, the Disassembly function allows the restaurant staff to reverse the process, adding back the ingredients to the inventory and adjusting accordingly.
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