Business Settings deal with more technical aspects of the system which may impacts the way you manage your business or the way you bill your customers.
First you must select a price range for your business to inform your customer of how expensive or inexpensive is your menu.
Then you need to select the cuisine(s) available in your menus. You may select up to five cuisines.
Next step is to clarify on your tax and whether your add goods & services tax to your bill or not.
1: Your company registration number as per your country taxation requirements
2: The tax title ( what is the related tax called in your country : e.g. : GST, SST , VAT ...)
3: Include tax in price ( if you check this box, then the tax will be calculated but not added to grand total , in other words, the price will be tax inclusive. However, should you have service charge or surcharge, the tax will be calculated and applied over them as per law.
4: Tax rate
NOTE: Once you are setting up the digital menu, you have control over the tax to be applied or not applied on each individual item , for instance you can apply tax to Burger but skip it for mineral water.
You must decide on your service type ( Dine-in , Takeaway ) and whether your customers must pay service charge.
1: What type of service you provide
2: Do you add service charge to your bill
3: What is the rate of your service charge
Then you need to decide on whether you have surcharge for card payments or not. You may add surcharge up to 5% of the bill.
1: Enable/disable surcharge
2: Surcharge rate
The last thing to configure under business settings is the payment options accepted in your bsuiness.
Cash is selected by default , you may change it. Note that the system requires at least one payment option available. You may select cards or e-wallets as well.
NOTE: These options are informative only and doesn’t technically impact the way the system works, it only shows your customer how they may pay you.
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