Displays total purchases by Vendor and then by GL Account for any given period for any combination of locations. Breaks out the purchases by week during the period and has totals for each week, each vendor, and the period. Drill down into any source transaction.
The GL Account Record is where the Account specific information for each of the GL Accounts resides in the system. Once you have opened a GL Account Record, the General Tab of the record will be displayed. In addition to the information found on the General tab, the Transactions, and Report Settings tabs are available to users. To create a new GL Account, please see the Add a New GL Account training. Click the button below to download an example General Ledger populated with recommended Account Names, Account Numbers, Cash Flow Categories, Operational Reports Categories, and Parent Account from the National Restaurant Association … Continued
Shows a running total of purchases by category for each day of the period. It also compares the actual spend by category to the budgeted amount for each category for the period.
If non-Accounting users (Users with the security role of Restaurant Manager) need access to a GL Account, that Account must be flagged as Available to Managers. As non-Accounting users do not have access to the Accounting Module, they will never see the General Ledger in its entirety, nor will they have the access to open a GL Account Record to view GL Transactions. However, it will be necessary for Restaurant Managers to have limited access to some GL Accounts for Invoicing, and DSS Review For Accounts that have Available to Managers enabled, the Account Name / Number will be made available in … Continued
Purchasing transaction totals by location, then vendor, then each transaction with columns side by side of GL Account. Drill down to any individual transaction from the report. Filter by location and by COGS Type.
If a GL Account is going to be a true Summary Account, we can Disable Entry for the account. The values in the account going forward will only be a sum of the Child Accounts that are associated with the Parent (disabled) Account. For accounts that have Disable Entry enabled, the Account Name / Number will no longer show up in any Account Selector dropdowns in the system. The Account will be disabled for direct entry for all transactions (this includes importing Journal Entries that post directly to this Account). This is accomplished on the GL Account Record via a Check/Unchecked setting on … Continued
Purchasing transaction totals by vendor and then individual transactions with columns for COGS Type side by side. Columns are clickable to see GL Accounts within those types side by side. Drill down to any individual transaction from the report.
Locations, like Legal Entities, are critical to both Accounting and Operations in Restaurant365. In this training we will review the Location record in detail. Click here for more information on how to Create a New Location Jump to Section: Location List View Location Record: Overview Location Record: General Location Record: Default Accounts Location Record: Labor Estimates Location Record: POS Integration Settings Location Record: Goals Location Record: Day Parts Location Record: Breaks & Split Location List View Each Location in Restaurant365 will exist as a Location record, found in the ‘Locations’ list view, under the ‘Administration’ section in the Accounting Module. Upon selecting the ‘Locations’ list view, you will … Continued
COGS totals for any span of periods, then broken down by locations. The report utilizes purchases, stock counts, and budgets based on the cost of menu items sold (Pmix) to come up with a difference between actual and expected. It then breaks down how much of the difference is attributable to item price increases/decreases, waste & spoilage, and all other reasons. From this report the user can easily see where to focus time and energy tightening the control of food costs.
Day Parts, or Dayparting, is the practice of breaking up an Operations Day in to segments that can then be individually reported on. Restaurant365 gives users the ability to create up to six Day Parts with their corresponding Names and Start / End Times. Day Parts are created and managed on the Location Record. Various Operational Reports allow users to run the Reports by Day Part. Additionally, on the Daily Sales Summary (DSS), the Comment tab will contain Comment Sections for each respective Day Part of the Location, as shown below: The final location where Day Parts are … Continued