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CBORD unveils POS inventory management system

Andy Williams   ||   Apr 05, 2011  ||   

The CBORD Group, a provider of food management and cashless card systems for health care facilities and colleges and universities, has released CBORD C-Store, a Web-based inventory management solution for retail operations.

By integrating point-of-sale and automated inventory data, the solution enables retail managers to manage real-time inventories and improve efficiencies.

“CBORD C-Store will improve our speed and accuracy by giving us a single point of data entry to update both Foodservice Suite and MICROS,” said Merelene Stanley, coordinator for dining services technology and performance at the University of Colorado in Boulder. “It will make it easier to add new products, monitor our actual inventory levels, and give our financial team fresh data for audits.”

The product will also automate formerly time-consuming and error-prone practices, “letting us spend our time on more mission-critical activities,” said Stanley.

CBORD C-Store integrates MICROS point-of-sale data with real-time item inventory levels from CBORD’s Foodservice Suite, putting a wide range of integrated information at a manager’s fingertips. With support for vendor product catalogs, price updates and electronic order transmission, the system makes it easy to stay on top of back- and front-of-house operations. Its scalable nature empowers managers to oversee the operations of a single store, large campus-wide deployments, and everything in between.

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