Go to Setup > Supply chain. Underneath 'supply chain' at the bottom left of the menu, you will see three options:

  • Supply chain item categories

  • Supply chain items

  • Supply chain rules


Step 1: Create item categories

Categorise your items so that they are clearly displayed and each department or employee knows what is needed exactly.

Examples are:

  • Cutlery

  • Crockery

  • Ingredients

Step 2: Add items

Add the items you want to see appear in the list.

Reuseable:
Indicate whether a product should be calculated for each activity. An example is, if you have several coffee breaks, you use the same machine over and over again. This means that it does not have to be prepared several times.

Rounding:

Choose round-up for when a product is only available in whole products such as tableware or a coffee machine.

Cost price:
Add the cost price to the item, this way the correct price is calculated immediately.

Step 3: Link the items to products

Select a product and add the required items:

Tiers:

Often products and numbers can differ depending on the group size.

Enter the minimum number of guests at minimum amount and the maximum number of guests at maximum amount. If you have more than one scale for a product it is important that they do not overlap it is only possible to display one scale per product in the total overview.

Round up:

Add the correct formula.

The result: exporting lists

In the event dashboard, go to reports and then click on operations. Here, you can get an overview of the required items (various options).

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