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DID YOU KNOW about these handy functions on Exceed?

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EXCEED SUB TABS FUNCTION

Sub Tabs have been introduced to Exceed to accommodate shared table environments. For example, venues that have long tables may sit different parties at the same table. A sub tab can be created for each “party” seated at the table.

Sub Tabs are used in exactly the same manner as a single table account. The user can charge, refund, transfer, print and pay sub tabs using the standard table management procedures.

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EXCEED SPLIT BILL FUNCTION

The Split Bill feature allows for items charged on a table account to be effectively split in a number of different ways, creating one or more bills as requested by the customer.

The split bills can then be printed and paid individually. This is particularly useful when customers require certain items on a separate tax invoice to the remainder of the bill. For example, beverages separated from the original bill.

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EXCEED TABLE FUNCTIONS - BISTRO MODE VS RESTAURANT MODE

Each Exceed Point of Sale terminal can operate in either "Restaurant" or "Bistro" mode.

The basic difference between these modes is the way in which order printing is controlled:

Restaurant Mode - the order docket prints automatically when the sale is finalised to the table

Bistro Mode - food sales are charged to a table account and the user then manually controls when to send the dockets to the order printers

Generally, venues that take orders at the table use Restaurant mode. Venues that take orders at the Point of Sale terminal use Bistro Mode to allow separate transactions for each table. The order docket can be printed once each customer has ordered and paid.

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