As we reach mid-2017, we’ve introduced an array of new features and updates that aim to improve your experience with Sapaad, as well as your customers’ experience with your business.
In case you missed it, here’s what’s new:
With Sapaad’s all-new, super flexible discount scheduler, you can easily set your discounts to be active at specific times such as weekly, within a specific date or time range, or a combination of both. For e.g. You might want to offer a Happy Hour discount every Friday afternoon or run a lunch-hour discount on weekdays.
You can set up the scheduler when creating a new discount or editing an existing one under Setup > Location Setup > Surcharges and Discounts. Sapaad automatically displays the discount right on schedule! Learn more.
Your customer places an order on your website but wants to pick it up at the restaurant? Now they can easily opt to do so.
When placing the order online, the customer can select a “Pick up from the restaurant” option and select the branch which they would like to pick it up from. The order then shows up under Delivery Manager > Home Deliveries > Take Away Orders on your POS.
We’ve updated the Stock Takes section under Inventory and the Stock Takes Report on your dashboard for enhanced simplicity and clarity. Stock Takes now have a single date attributed to them (the date the stock take was submitted for review) instead of a ‘start’ and ‘end’ date. This change now facilitates you to take partial stock counts at frequent intervals and total stock takes at larger intervals. (For e.g. You may do daily stock takes of your key items, and monthly stock takes of your total inventory.)
A new column ‘Unit Name’ in the Stock Takes Report and under Inventory > Stock Takes lets you quickly identify the measurement unit corresponding to an inventory item.
We’ve also simplified the way the final Stock Take report appears: you will now see details of closing stock, closing stock value, counted stock and counted stock value.
a. We’ve introduced a new filter dropdown in the Total Sales Report called ‘Payment’. You can now narrow down your sales searches by payment types to quickly get a day-by-day breakdown of your revenue for a particular payment type — great for analysis and reconciliation.
b. A reprinted bill will now have “Duplicate” mentioned on the top to distinguish it from the original invoice.
c. If you’re using Sapaad’s Loyalty Module, your customers now earn Loyalty on priced modifiers of your menu items.
We’ve got more exciting stuff coming and can’t wait to share it!
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