“At my last job, as Private Dining Director for a restaurant, I got thrown in a bit – I had very little computer experience and was given no training on Caterease. After staring at it for a couple months, I decided one day to just dive in and try to figure it out. To my amazement, it was completely simple. Everything just made sense and went together. Most importantly in the initial months, there was the fabulous support that Caterease provided. The tips of the week especially were such an easy way to teach myself the more “advanced” features of the program at my own pace. I also would use them when I just KNEW that Caterease would be able to do something for me (because it can do everything) but wasn’t exactly sure how. Within the year I was teaching our inter-company training sessions and classes on Caterease – and what I found so fantastic – was that I really was able to “master” the program from playing around with it a bit and using your online resources (ok… and George). So, thank you Caterease for making me look like I’m computer savvy.
I eventually left my restaurant job to pursue a new career managing a boutique Cheese Shop, where my responsibilities included developing an events program and managing a membership base. I was honestly a little overwhelmed staring at an excel spreadsheet and the idea of having to develop a sales tracking systems and credit card tracking systems and order systems and proposals and contracts etc, etc, etc. I knew that Caterease could do all of that and more and would be such a crucial time saver, allowing me to use my time to be out building sales.
Thankfully after my new boss went to the Caterease website and looked around he was completely sold. Michael was fantastic in helping us find the version that would work best for our business and our budget and I am so excited to FINALLY feel organized again!
I actually do blame Caterease though for one thing. I used to have a fairly good memory – but after 4 years of using my program for everything and never having to remember anything, it has gotten a bit rusty!”