Tracking inventory

Instore Pro customers can track inventory levels against target quantities to help keep items in stock. Below we summarize the three key parts of tracking inventory: setting initial inventory levels, receiving/adjusting inventory, and inventory reporting. Setting initial inventory levels Navigate to your Items (fka Menus) tab on Office and select the first item you want to track Under Pricing, … Continue reading Tracking inventory

Tracking Daily Deals and Coupons

Using Instore, you can track and use coupons and daily deals from third-party services like Groupon, Google, or LivingSocial. Instore’s reporting feature tracks the amount of redemptions and their net value. This tutorial video shows you how to setup, use, and track a daily deal from Groupon — but you can track offers and services … Continue reading Tracking Daily Deals and Coupons

Customer Database

Instore allows you to track customers in your own Customer Database, with little to no work required by your employees. Your Customer Database allows you to: Market your business by emailing more receipts (and save paper in the process). Instore now remembers email addresses, so you’ll find it easier to send receipts digitally. Open tabs with the … Continue reading Customer Database

Inventory

Instore tracks the units sold of each item or customization on your menu. You can use these numbers to compare to your own set of stock and par values for your store. To view your item or customization sold units, click the Sales tab on the left of your office dashboard. On the left hand … Continue reading Inventory