Types of Checks in Restaurant Mode

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In Restaurant Mode, Microinvest Warehouse Pro Light prints several different documents. It is important for users to be acquainted with their purpose in order to fully use the capabilities of the program and the peripheral devices.

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Document Type

According to their purpose, documents are separated in the following main groups: - Documents for the customers;

- Documents for the bar;

- Documents for the kitchen

- Other documents according to personnel requests;

- Document for prepayment;

- Document for finished payment.

In practice, each of these documents can be printed in the appropriate time to service a certain part or unit of the whole automated restaurant. Consistence of the documents. The consistence of the products accurately repeats the work steps of waiters when they enter and modify orders. Standardly, the following steps are performed:

- A customer enters the restaurant and sits on a certain table. He/she orders certain dishes. After their entering in the system, the following documents are printed by the system:

 Customer Order. It contains all ordered product items and is given to the client in order to be informed about his/her order;

 Bar order. All the beverages ordered are contained in this document;

 Kitchen Order. A document containing the meals and dishes, which have to be prepared by the cook. This document is received by the cooks in the kitchen.

The customer can decide to extend his/her order. Then, the following documents are printed once again:

 Customer Order. It contains all newly ordered product items

 Bar order. It contains all newly ordered beverages;

 Kitchen Order. It contains the newly ordered dishes or meals.

This step can be repeated several times. After finishing the order and after a payment request has been declared by the customer, a final customer receipt, containing all product items and the sum to be paid, is issued. Allocation of Documents according to printers There is a defined document allocation in the program. This allocation follows a certain pattern for allocating each document: - The customer order is printed on a kitchen printer; - The bar order is printed on a kitchen printer, and the separation of product items is done according to selected groups; - The order for the kitchen follows the same rules as the bar order and is again done on a kitchen printer, as the separation of product items is done according to selected groups; - The prepayment check is issued from the first kitchen printer; - The fiscal check is printed upon the fiscal printer.

Document Cycle

The cycle that documents follow was described in the latter sequence and can be summarized in the following way:

- Initial Order. The following are printed:

 Customer Order

 Bar order

 Kitchen Order

- Bill closing. The following are printed:

 Preliminary bill, which contains all ordered items and the total to be paid;

 Final fiscal receipt.

Document Format

With the exception of the fiscal receipt, the rest of the documents can be modified and their appearance and composition can be changed. Fiscal checks have a normatively determined design and are managed by a fiscal device. There are preset templates, as well as a powerful script language for performing commands, which format the content and type of document. The commands for management of the printers are published in the technical documentation of the product and can be changed by the users.

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