Onboarding plan

This plan will get you up and running with APICBASE. A good setup of your library and knowledge of the modules is essential to make use of the very powerful tools that APICBASE provides.

Apicbase is a modular platform. The Onboarding plan is made for all the available modules and according to the platform structure. Start with section 1 and 2 to set up your library and to learn more about the dashboard. The next sections go deeper into the different modules. 

In our Apicbase Academy you can also find step by step video tutorials on all the modules. Take a look here!

1. Setting up your library

Your library will be created by our team at APICBASE. Once, you have been added to the library, you will receive an email to activate your account and set your password. Follow these instructions to set up your library.

2. Explaining the Dashboard

The dashboard is the heart of APICBASE. It gives you an overview of the most important insights into your library. In this article, you learn how to use it.

    3. Ingredients module

      The ingredients are the base of your library. APICBASE has very effective ways of importing ingredients in your library. In order to benefit from the full potential of our platform, it is key that the ingredient information is correct. To determine the way you should import your ingredients, think about how you will be using them for different purposes: inventory counting, ordering, cost calculation and in the creation of recipes.

      4. Recipe module

      The next step is creating your recipes and menus in the APICBASE library.

      5. Menu module

      6. Procurement module

      Your ordering will be more easy and efficient using our comprehensive procurement module.

      7. Inventory module

      8. Sales module

      Learn to use the in-depth insights our sales module gives you from the data your EPOS provides or you put in manually.

      9. Planning module

      10. Media module

      11. Apicbase Studio

      Setting up for first use

      Taking pictures

      Using the Birdy