RTI Develops Interface with Fintech
Restaurants can now receive electronic invoices for liquor, beer, and wine orders from their distributors.
ATLANTA — Through a new interface with Fintech, RTI clients can now receive electronic invoices from their liquor, beer, and wine distributors. The new enhancement works with RTI’s comprehensive back-office system, RTIconnect, and allows restaurant managers to use Fintech for facilitating the process of receiving invoices and processing payments for spirits purchases from a variety of distributors.
When the order is received by the restaurant, an electronic invoice that contains the exact details of the paper invoice created by the vendor is moved into Purchases in RTIconnect. Before a purchase is created, RTIconnect automatically verifies that all items on the invoice match the order guide.
Electronic invoices provide a more secure transaction than paper invoices, and, in addition to accuracy and security, eInvoices improve the efficiency of the invoicing process by eliminating the manual entry required to move the purchased alcohol into the restaurant’s inventory.
“Fintech provides a great service for restaurants, and we are enthusiastic about the partnership, which allows RTI clients to benefit from Fintech’s services,” said Greg Waddell, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing for RTI. “This is a time-saving enhancement that is in line with our goal of providing our clients with functionality that affords greater control of each restaurant.”
RTI is a leading developer of technology solutions for the restaurant industry and a Microsoft Certified Partner. Today more than 10,000 restaurants, including many of today’s best known brands, rely on a broad suite of RTI hospitality solutions. Incorporated in 1985, the company is headquartered in Atlanta, Ga. For more information, visit the RTI website at internetRTI.com.
Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing