Get the right product in the right place at the right price and time. With Fourth, the P2P process is automated, streamlined and totally compliant.

Fourth's purchase-to-pay software is a fully integrated, mobile solution for procurement, accounts payable 3-way match automation and inventory and recipe control. Our solution is powered by demand forecasting functionality and world-class analytics, overlaid with the predicted sales mix. Now you can be confident that the operation has what it needs, when it needs it.







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Purchase-to-Pay & Inventory Solutions

  • eProcurement

    Automate your entire procurement process. Get the stock you require where and when you need it at the agreed upon price.

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  • Accounts Payable

    Reduce the cost of invoice processing with automated 3-way matching of inbound invoices against electronic purchase orders and goods received notes.

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  • Inventory Management

    Get the information you need for perfect stock control. Use inventory management to easily integrate purchase-to-pay, recipe engineering and POS data and make better decisions.

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  • Recipe & Menu Engineering

    Focus on every budget detail, while unleashing creativity in the kitchen. Get the best from your chefs and cut out every penny of unnecessary expenditure.

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Purchase-to-Pay & Inventory blog posts for you

5 ways to increase profits in hospitality

Written by: Andrew Levey

With rising food prices, minimum wage rises and increases in business rates, hospitality businesses are definitely feeling the pressure. So while external factors are uncertain and largely out of your control, where can you look internally to tackle these challenges and increase profits in hospitality?

Are you missing out on menu and recipe engineering tax relief?

Written by: Andrew Levey

Tax relief specialists, Catax, recently announced that three in five restaurant and gastro-pub owners might be missing out on an average of £45,000 of tax relief that’s available for the research and development they undertake to experiment with new dishes and techniques. So what could you claim for, and how do you create the space chefs need to innovate?