Kitchen Cut rolls out online platform to help F&B operators go digital

Inspired by the creative approach that the hospitality industry has taken to combat the challenges raised by Coronavirus, leading technology company Kitchen Cut has developed an online tool for F&B operators moving into the digital space.

F+B To Go is a free online platform helping hospitality businesses to make the switch to online, transforming businesses into takeaway, delivery and click and collect revenue channels. 

The website features an easy-to-use dashboard allowing users to track and monitor orders throughout the process; digital menus that can be customised with brand colour and logos; and a fully integrated online payment system to ensure that whole process is totally contactless. Offering additional tools such as recipe costing, buffet analysis and allergen tracking, Kitchen Cut have sought to make the move online as seamless as possible.

“At Kitchen Cut we pride ourselves on being leading edge and agile. The current challenges have forced hospitality businesses to adapt quickly in order to survive,” says Simon Haynes, Chief Technology Officer. “We want to help our clients and the sector as a whole and so we have developed F+B To Go to enable businesses to make the transition to click and collect or food delivery in the most safe and efficient way possible.”

Available at no cost for the entirety of 2020, the platform works across numerous devices and can be fully operational within one hour of activation. At a time when F&B businesses are having to constantly adapt, Kitchen Cut hopes to be able to provide a helping hand to all hospitality companies moving operations online.