Toast Adds Catering, Bulk Order Tools

Digital platform for restaurants Toast has launched a new product that helps restaurants manage catering and wholesale orders as well as in-person, take-out and delivery activities.

Called Toast Invoicing, the new product allows restaurants to create invoices and collect payments for all types of orders and events within a single system, Toast said in a Tuesday, October 11 press release.

“Our customers manage in-person dining, online ordering, catering and bulk ordering all under one roof,” Toast President and Co-Founder Aman Narang said in the statement. “Toast Invoicing is another key enabler for restaurants to expand their service models and grow their entire business on one platform with Toast.”

To help streamline restaurant and wholesale, Toast Invoicing allows restaurants to capture online orders, send estimates, print prep sheets and track orders, according to the press release.

The new product also allows Toast users to itemize bills from their existing menu, accept tips with a bill, and digitally distribute tips to staff, the statement said.

Restaurants can also send an invoice from any device, set due dates and payment reminders, collect and redeem deposits, and allow customers to pay online anytime, as per the release.

“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 do more than just offer customers a amazing experience there,” Narang said in the statement.

As PYMNTS reported in August, Toast saw a record increase in new locations in the quarter ended June 30, with its total user base growing to 68,000 locations.

Read more: Toast sees 40% increase in ResTech locations as food inflation increases need for efficiency tools

“With restaurants operating in a challenging environment, the benefits that Toast’s platform provides to our customers are even greater, and true to our mission, we are focused on helping restaurants adapt and thrive,” Toast CEO Chris Comparato said Aug. 11 in the company’s quarterly report. publication of the results.

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