Toast Inc., an all-in-one digital platform for restaurants, has launched Toast Invoicing, according to a press release.
Toast Invoicing allows restaurants to bill for catering and wholesale orders in addition to in-person, takeout and delivery orders. The system integrates with a restaurant’s menu through the main Toast system. It also integrates with the Toast POS and KDS systems along with online orders. Companies can send invoices from POS systems or from various mobile devices with an online connection, allowing invoice payment via web connection. The service is available at no additional cost to existing Toast customers.
“Whether it’s a bakery fulfilling an order for a wedding or a downtown brewery selling craft beer to other local businesses, restaurants have evolved to more than just providing guests an incredible on-site experience,” Aman Narang, president and co-founder of Toast, said in the release. “Our customers are managing in-person dining, online orders, catering and wholesale orders all under one roof. Toast Invoicing is another key building block for restaurants to expand their service models and grow their entire business all on one platform with Toast.”
“I used to designate about one to two days to invoicing,” Brynn Keefe, manager of Luna Bakery & Café, said in the release. “Now within five or ten minutes, I can send a contract through an invoice and the customer pays it within a day or two. I never would’ve thought the food industry would need technology like we do. Now that it is here, I can’t imagine life without Toast Invoicing.”
|An example of the Toast Invoice system. Provided by Toast.|