It is vital that you have trusted software that eases this burden by assisting with centralisation and automation wherever possible.
Traditionally, paper is used in all areas of kitchen management, from menus and recipes to reporting and health and safety documentation. Schoolcomms digitises all of these processes, reducing the risk of error by allowing your catering operation to become fully paperless.
Schoolcomms’ caterer specific applications offer total centralisation of administrative tasks; our cloud-based software allows for holistic reporting and instant aggregation of data across your school.
The in-tablet messaging module enables direct communication through two-way messaging between onsite catering teams and the back office team.
Our cashless and paperless meal management system is trusted throughout the UK. Maximise efficiency, improve safety, and take the strain out of school dinners with our all-in-one solution.
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