Inventory Management: Effectively track raw materials, ingredients, and finished goods across multiple locations. Maintain optimal stock levels, manage shelf life, and reduce wastage through real-time insights.

Recipe Management: Create, store, and manage recipes for different food and beverage products. Calculate ingredient quantities based on batch sizes, and ensure consistency in product quality.

Production Planning and Scheduling: Plan production activities based on demand forecasts, sales orders, and inventory levels. Optimize production schedules, allocate resources efficiently, and monitor progress in real time.

Quality Control: Implement quality assurance processes throughout the supply chain. Conduct tests, inspections, and certifications to maintain compliance with industry regulations and ensure product safety and consistency.

Traceability: Enable end-to-end traceability by tracking the movement of ingredients, batches, and finished products across the supply chain. This is crucial for recalls and compliance purposes.

Supplier Management: Manage relationships with suppliers and vendors. Monitor performance, negotiate contracts, and ensure timely deliveries of raw materials.

Distribution and Logistics: Streamline distribution processes by optimizing routes, managing warehouses, and coordinating deliveries. Minimize transportation costs and ensure on-time deliveries to customers.

Sales and Order Management: Capture customer orders, manage pricing, and process sales efficiently. Integrate with e-commerce platforms for online orders and reservations.

Financial Management: Handle accounting, invoicing, and financial reporting within the ERP system. Monitor costs, profits, and expenses related to production, distribution, and sales.

Analytics and Reporting: Access real-time dashboards and reports to monitor key performance indicators (KPIs), such as sales trends, production efficiency, and inventory turnover. Use insights for data-driven decision-making.