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Point Of Sales System for Restaurants
RETURN ON INVESTMENT

This calculator has been tested and verified by several restaurant owners.
They have told us that, on average, 1 in 5 people opt for the listed add-ons; but you can adjust those numbers too.
Simply adjust the number of meals per day, the pricing, your estimate of shrinkage and improved staff scheduling and customer service.
You can also adjust the potential increase in sales on the right. The default numbers used were provided by owners as realistic potential increases.

Return On Investment Calculator      
Average number of meals per day  

Improved UpSelling
Current average number of small Add-Ons per day  
Average Cost of small Add-Ons
This would include Gravy, Donar Sauce, Extra Wing Sauce, Bacon/Cheese on Burgers, etc
Percentage increase of Sales
How often is gravy added by waitstaff and never added to the bill?
Current average number of large Add-Ons per day  
Average Cost of large Add-Ons
This would include fried mushrooms on steak, substitute Ceasar, add chicken to salad, Garlic Bread, Soup, etc
Percentage increase of Sales
Current average number of dessert Add-Ons per day  
Average Cost of dessert Add-Ons
This would include pie, ice cream, speciality coffees
Percentage increase of Sales

Shrinkage
Current average Cash Short per day
Please enter it as number of dollars. All of this can be stopped.
Example is using $1.00
Average Cost of beer
All of this can be stopped.
Average number of lost beers per day

Improved Staff Scheduling
You are the only one that can put a value here!
Please enter it as number of hours. Do you know EXACTLY how many customers you average on Monday lunch time or Friday after 10:00PM? How many chef and wait staff hours could you save? We have seen examples of 10 percent of the overall staff wage recovered.
You put in the number of hours, we will multiply it by Nova Scotia's minimum wage of $10.50

Improved Customer Service
You are the only one that can put a value here!
Please enter it as number of dollars. Remember how much time is wasted returning "gravy-less fries" to the kitchen and other such minor issues. Then add in the marketing cost of replacing a lost dissatified repeat customer.
Example is using $5.00

        Now balance this against the $6.60 per day cost of leasing an entry level POS system.


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