Kitchen CUT's Hospitality Management Software Now Available in Spanish
Kitchen CUT said it launched its software in Spanish. Part of its development plan for 2018-19, the Spanish version of the system is the second language to be released (following the successful rollout of Thai earlier this year) in a bid to make the system available to all, with other languages (including Swedish, Hungarian and German) following in the next few months.
Kitchen CUT helps to transform every element of an F&B business allowing control wherever you are, with access from any device. The full Purchase-to-Pay system includes features such as Supplier Management, Allergen Tracking, Nutritional Analysis, Recipe Costing & Menu Planning, Stock Control, Wastage Tracking and Buffet Analysis among others.
The system combines an understanding of operational pressures with insightful and detailed financial performance reporting – from a single unit, to a multi-site operation that spans different regions or even countries and languages. Currently Kitchen Cut has international clients in more than 55 countries.
The newly translated software is a welcome development to many of Kitchen CUT’s Spanish speaking clients. Danny Lewis, Head of Culinary Operations at The Hunter group, says:
“We are thrilled to see the launch of the Spanish version of the system here at The Hunter Group in Gibraltar. The system itself is intuitive to use, but we were occasionally encountering a barrier when it came to our staff not having English as their first language. Transitioning the system from English into Spanish couldn’t be simpler – the team simply login, and select it from a drop down menu and can instantly access the Spanish version of the system.
"As a multi-site operation, empowering our whole team to be able to use a system that is set to ensure efficiency and consistency across our business is key, and we are therefore delighted that both our English and Spanish speaking teams can now navigate confidently throughout a system that is truly accessible and user friendly for them all.”