Track your historical inventory data, record spills/loss, and transfer out of your bar program in-house or between establishments.

Charts (Food & Beverage)

Always see a high-level snapshot of your most recent inventory count. The graph to the left will show you where most of your money is tied up in product, and the graph to the right will show where most of your storage space may be tied up.

History Table (Food & Beverage)

The Inventory History table below the graphs will show you your full inventory history. Starting with your most recent inventory count, you will see all counts and any orders, transfers, or spills that were logged in between your inventories. This is where you will come to edit any finished inventory count, or export your inventory records to Excel to send to your accountant.

Transfers* (Beverage)

Track transfers of your inventory products to maintain higher levels of accuracy.

From the Inventory History page:

  • Click Add Transfer
  • Choose whether you want to Send or Receive a transfer
  • Select where you are sending, or who is sending this to you (if sending within your establishment, but out of your bar program, select Other)
  • Search your product list to find the right item
  • Click the Plus Sign next to that product
  • Let BevSpot know How Much is being transferred, and choose Add To List
  • Repeat if necessary
  • Add a Note for reference in the future, and click Continue
  • Enter the Date & Time of this transfer and click Done
  • This transfer will now be reflected on your Inventory History page, and will be accounted for in your Usage Reports

*Transfers currently not available in food accounts!

Recording Loss (Food & Beverage)

Keep track of loss to maintain a higher level of accuracy.

From the Inventory History page:

  • Click Record Loss
  • Search your product list to find the right item
  • Click the Plus Sign next to that product
  • Let BevSpot know How Much is was loss, and choose Add To List
  • Repeat if necessary
  • Enter the Date & Time this should be reflected
  • Add the Type of loss
  • Add a Note for reference in the future, and click Continue
  • This loss will now be reflected on your Inventory History page, and will be accounted for in your Usage Reports