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06.27.2017 New Tableware Inventory System Available from Clear Sky Software

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – June 27, 2017 – Clear Sky Software, Inc.

Clear Sky Software, Inc. ® announced today the release of Clear Sky TABLEWARE for the hospitality industry.

This new software allows hotels, clubs, convention centers, restaurants and other food and beverage outlets to manage and control their china, glassware, flatware and linens. Clear Sky TABLEWARE is offered as a complement to the company’s proven Food and Beverage inventory software and is available immediately for organizations desiring better inventory control of these items.

Clear Sky TABLEWARE supports more efficient ordering and receiving of tableware goods and easier transfer of tableware items to/from banquets, events, restaurants and bars. This system also runs on mobile devices supporting a faster, more efficient way to count tableware inventory products. Numerous reports are available by date range, location, vendor, item, invoice and can be exported to multiple file types. This new system, from Clear Sky Software, eliminates tedious, time-consuming paperwork, manual data entry, and repetitive steps often required to control inventory.

All Clear Sky Software inventory systems represent a turn-key solution to include inventory software, mobile and fixed bar code scanning equipment, and touchscreen kiosk workstations. Services include installation and data set-up assistance and a choice of on-site or web-based training. Support includes software maintenance programs, equipment repair programs with loaner equipment, software upgrades and enhancements. All Clear Sky inventory systems are available as a hosted or on-premise solution.

About Clear Sky Software
Clear Sky Software is a software developer, systems integrator, and technology solution provider to the hospitality industry. The company provides bar code-based inventory management systems that help hospitality organizations control inventory, reduce labor, lower costs and increase profits.

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