IIO Systems Launches the aFuturea of Inventory & Ordering

iio Systems launches restaurant inventory ordering systemIIO Systems, LLC announced the launch of their just released intelligent restaurant inventory and ordering system.  Considered to be the industry’s most innovative, user friendly and lowest cost application on the market. The "intelliorder" system was designed utilizing highly advance algorithms and an intuitive logic process resulting in a one-click perfect inventory order.  Results have produced beverage COG to 12% while maintaining inventory levels to support sales. The applications ease of use enables any level employee to adapt to the system within hours. A free iPad app accompanies the system so inventory can be taken at it's location.

Paul Sofsky, President of IIO Systems and an industry veteran, said "I believe we've created a new industry standard for the restaurant, nightclub and bar industry. We wanted to create an intuitive application that could automatically learn everything about a client's sales and ordering patterns that would affect upcoming sales and ordering including upcoming local weather conditions. It was important to emphasize simplicity, ease of use and affordability with the goal of increasing net revenue for our clients while reducing inventory and ordering labor costs. We're pleased that we've accomplished those processes and are excited about taking this system to the market.

A beverage module for the IIO System is moderately priced at $89.00 per month with a nominal one time licensing and set up fee. Including are a host of services from "one click" ordering; automatic vendor ordering, financial reporting with loss identification and more.  Inventory set-up, on-going customer support, training and an iPad app are also included.


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