Locations can be your:
- Dark kitchens (or cloud kitchen)
- Food Trucks
- Take-away stores
- Dine-in stores
- Base kitchens
With Prime, you can setup multiple locations for:
- Selling goods and services - online/in-store
- Managing or tracking inventory
Following are the details that make a location:
- Title - this is the display name of your location (usually set to the area name).
- Handle - this a unique identifier for your location, which can be used at different places across Prime for referencing it. This is also an editable field.
- Address - this is the address of your location.
- City - this is the city where your location is situated
- Tag - these are free-flowing labels that can be added to your locations. They are useful in places where you want to do a bulk action after applying a location filter on tag.
Things that can be associated with a location:
This is the menu associated to a location - which can be sold at a location. Catalogue association with location is made by its item (& their modifier's association with location).
- Floor Plan
If the location has a dine-in module where the restaurant is doing table management, then they can create a floor plan of the location. A floor plan constitutes of floors and tables on each floor.
If the location has any kind of the in-store setup (dine-in, take-away, food-truck) they configure registers on the location. Registers are the POS terminals that the cashiers/store-operators can log-into and punch in orders.