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Why do I have separate accounts for Food and Beverage?
Why do I have separate accounts for Food and Beverage?

Individual accounts for Food and Beverage provide a clear separation of your venue's data

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Written by Nick Neale
Updated over a week ago

If you are on the Essentials, Professional, or Elite plan, you'll have separate accounts for Food and Beverage. This is because they are typically handled by different departments and staff (Front of House and Back of House).

The benefit of individual accounts is that it provides a clear separation of your venue’s data, and your staff only sees what is relevant to them. This includes your:

  • Items

  • Distributors / Suppliers

  • Orders & Invoices

  • Sales Data

  • Recipes

  • Inventory Counts

  • Inventory Areas

This keeps things manageable, and provides greater flexibility. With separate accounts, your Food and Beverage operations don’t have to take inventory counts on the same schedule.

This is also beneficial if you start using WISK for only one side of your operation, and want to add another account later.

For example, you've been using WISK for Beverage for 6 months and now want to track Food. Your staff will have a fresh account to work with, and won't be overwhelmed with pre-existing beverage data that isn't relevant to them.

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