iTCCS Cafeteria provides automated tools for maintaining cafeteria inventory, ordering items to be shipped from a central warehouse to a campus, printing shipping orders and route recaps, and producing state and local reports. The application is designed to assist staff in controlling costs, inventory, and shipping.
The Cafeteria application uses your inventory system to account for the addition, movement, and use of inventory items. You can also maintain TEA rates for cash sales and reimbursements. Users are prompted to enter the exact data required, and all necessary calculations occur automatically to reflect changes in inventory levels, order quantities, and prices, which helps eliminate errors of manual calculations. All of this data is available in reports which are designed to accurately reflect the status of your inventory.
The application tracks inventory costs and items on-hand at all times. You can easily print shipping orders, operating statements, and cost-per-meal reports, and many others. Tools are also available to allow you to interface the costs of certain types of inventory and establish accounts to be charged for specific campuses. You can also establish a district-wide account to be used to offset the charges.
Data can be uploaded from an external point-of-sale PC file directly into the Cafeteria application, and this data also interfaces with the general ledger as cash receipt transactions.
iTCCS is a trademark of the Texas Computer Cooperative.
For further information, contact your regional Education Service Center.
The Texas Computer Cooperative (TCC) is a cooperative of 19 Texas Education Service Centers (ESCs) serving 875 districts across the state and over 1.1 million Texas students. For over 45 years the TCC with the TxEIS and iTCCS systems has been the leader in delivering products and services that support Texas LEAs in managing student and business information. Going forward, the TCC will continue to enhance its suite of products, building on our success as the leader in the state in compliance and reporting, further empowering the LEAs to easily make informed decisions and engage stakeholders through powerful yet flexible tools and applications.
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