Eyenalyze uses four Hubs to house the various functions needed to manage a restaurant. Each Hub are represented by a color coded tab. Sales is represented by blue, Inventory is yellow, Labor is red, and Profit is green. These colors are consistent throughout the platform.
The Dashboard automatically opens up with Sales. Navigating the tabs changes the color and data appearing on the Dashboard. Each Hub has its own personalized set of charts and graphs used to present data for a restaurant. Each Hub also has its own menu of functions, called the Fuse Panel, that can be reached by clicking the header for each Hub.
Eyenalyze contains a date range function that is present throughout the platform allowing users to manipulate data by time.
To navigate the date range box, select a predetermined date range, or manually define a start and end date by selecting the desired dates on the calendars. When changing a date range, data throughout Eyenalyze will update to present the selected date range.
Users can use this to view a restaurants data for any specific day, week, month, or year.
At the top of every page in Eyenalyze a user can quickly access the Dashboard, or a specific Hub, by selecting the respective quick link located below the restaurant name.
The first symbol is for the Dashboard, then Sales Hub, Inventory Hub, Labor Hub, and Profit Hub, respectively.
Various pages in Eyenalyze have a wrench icon, called the Edit Menu, that allows users to further edit or use the platform. The Edit Menu is always located next to the title of the page.
Each Hub on the Dashboard has a chevron symbol on the right hand side that acts as a drop down menu allowing users to quickly access a specific Fuse within the Hub.
There are two ways to switch between restaurants using the Eyenalyze platform:
- In the top right menu, select “Restaurants” and options for available restaurants will appear.
- Select the restaurant name on the page and the option to search or scroll to a new restaurant will appear.
The Eyenalyze platform is centered around data tables for users to view information. Most tables with information in Eyenalyze are a data table, and can be sorted by each vertical category available. Simply click the header and the table will sort “A to Z” or “Z to A” respectively.
Dashboard -> Sales Hub
The Sales Hub is the home for accounting and cash flow functionality. Within the Sales Hub there is the Accounting, Credit Card Tracker, Cash Flow, Quickbooks, and Quickbooks Export Fuse.
The Accounting Fuse provides a summary of transactions including net sales, voids, and payments due, along with more information used for accounting purposes.
The Credit Card Tracker Fuse reconciles credit card sales from a POS with data from the credit card payment processor to verify totals.
The Cash Flow Fuse (also commonly called a cash count or cash audit) provides information on day to day operations within a restaurant.
The Quickbooks Fuse manages the chart of accounts for a restaurant, as well as importing and exporting data to accounting software, such as Quickbooks.
The Quickbook Exports Fuse automatically downloads a restaurant’s accounting information to a .iif file.
Dashboard -> Sales Hub -> Accounting Fuse
The Accounting Fuse is the home for data involving POS transactions, including a breakdown of net sales, taxes, gift card revenue, voids, discounts, tips, payments, petty cash, and daily deposits, all resulting in an accurate Over / Under.
Cash Flow, CC Radar, Quickbooks, and Quickbooks Export can all be accessed from the Edit Menu in the Accounting Fuse.
Dashboard -> Sales Hub -> Cash Flow Fuse
The Cash Flow Fuse provides information on day to day operations within a restaurant.
Batch IDs can be entered in the Batch ID box.
The Credit Cards box summarizes credit card transactions.
Bank deposits can be entered in the Bank Deposit box, and any difference in calculated and entered deposits will appear here.
The Miscellaneous box will show any other remaining transactions.
The Total Cash Flow box shows your calculated cash flow, actual cash flow, and the total difference.
Safe balances can be entered in the Safe Balance box to verify that cash is correct.