Streamline Food Product Control Accurately and Automatically with New Clear Sky FOOD and Gordon Food Service Interface, a Complete Back-office Food Inventory Management Solution

  • Clear Sky Software, Inc.
  • 08.15.12
Clear Sky Software, Inc. ® announced the release of a new software interface between the company’s food inventory control system, called Clear Sky FOOD and Gordon Food Service (GFS ®).  This interface is available immediately.

With this new offering from Clear Sky Software, hospitality organizations have a complete, back-office food inventory management solution integrated with a major foodservice distributor.  Clear Sky FOOD helps users track food products from the point of purchase, through receiving and the ultimate transfer to kitchens, restaurants, banquets or any POS outlet.  Clear Sky FOOD also includes physical inventory functions to speed up the process of counting bar coded and non-bar coded products.

Through the company’s GFS interface, users of Clear Sky FOOD have a food tracking system that streamlines the process of receiving GFS products.  Once a GFS order arrives at a customer site, users select the Clear Sky FOOD receiving function and import GFS shipped order files.  Product pricing is updated to current amounts and product substitutions are added to the Clear Sky FOOD product master file.  With this new interface, considerable and tedious data entry is eliminated thus saving time and increasing accuracy and efficiency.

“Our interface to Gordon Food Service makes our inventory software a much more effective tool for our customers and prospects who utilize services from GFS.  This has been the year of integration for Clear Sky Software and we are happy to add GFS to our growing list of interfaces to North America’s leading food product vendors,” said Jay Williams, Director of Sales & Marketing, Clear Sky Software




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