Learn more about how xtraCHEF automatically integrates accurately coded invoice and purchase data with Xero for restaurant accounting – with no manual data entry.
What is Xero?
Xero is a cloud-based accounting software platform for small and medium-sized businesses, including restaurants.
How does xtraCHEF integrate with Xero Restaurant Management?
xtraCHEF’s automated invoice processing feature digitizes your vendor invoices, bills, and receipts and automatically extracts line-item details, including item codes, description, quantity, unit of measure, pack size, and price. Once extracted, xtraCHEF formats and delivers accurate digitized invoice data directly to Xero. Best of all, this information is already coded and available for import within 24 hours.
How does xtraCHEF benefit restaurant bookkeepers using Xero for Restaurant Accounting?
Whether your restaurant manages accounting and bookkeeping in-house or works with an outsourced restaurant bookkeeping and accounting firm, implementing xtraCHEF can benefit your operations in several ways.
Streamline Accounts Payable (AP)
No more having to deal with paper invoices and manual data entry. Accurate line-item details are available within 24 hours. Easy reconcile order deliveries, short-pay vendors, manage credits, etc.
Apply Correct GL Codes Automatically
xtraCHEF allows you to apply a General Ledger (GL) code to a new item or vendor just once. Afterwards, xtraCHEF recognizes the item code or vendor and automatically applies the correct GL code.
Easy, Anytime Access to Documents
Search our cloud-based, digital invoice archive any time, from anywhere…from your desktop or your mobile device.
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