Industry News | December 1, 2014

Ctuit Software Updates its Mobile App

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Ctuit Software, one of the leaders in restaurant management software, announced that they are releasing the latest update to Ctuit’s mobile app, On The Fly version 1.4. This update includes new and improved features that give mobile users the ability to view and build employee schedules and advanced ability to take inventory “on the fly.”

On The Fly 1.4 features improvements to the critical inventory module, saving Ctuit Software customers time and money. A custom number keyboard designed specifically for On The Fly’s™ inventory module has been added for easy and consistent data entry from any device. This inventory module allows users to take inventory directly from their phones or tablets, saving restaurant chefs and management from using a sheet of paper and then entering their inventory values into RADAR on a desktop computer. Now, Ctuit RADAR users can enter inventory values directly into On The Fly using their mobile devices. 

Once inventory is entered into the RADAR system, users can track quantities and costs at the item level. Management can also compare item prices paid across multiple locations and track transfers of items between locations. In addition, the reports on changes, prices, waste, fraud, and discrepancies have saved.

Ctuit’s On The Fly mobile app has been widely adopted among Ctuit clients, looking for mobile flexibility. This mobile application, available through the Apple App Store as well as Google Play, gives users access to Ctuit’s intuitive reporting tool, helping them manage their business anytime, anywhere. Ctuit clients using On The Fly can track trends, spot opportunities, and make decisions based on relevant, actionable information.

Ctuit has plans for future improvements and will continue to enhance the popular product based on client feedback, rigorous testing, and internal development.



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