SoftCafe Releases MenuPro 10 – World’s Leading Menu Design Software

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MenuPro 10, the latest version of SoftCafe’s award winning menu software, has been recently released and includes more menu styles, artwork, and features than ever before.

MenuPro Menu Design Software

Instant Menus - from MenuPro

The best software on the market for Menu Design is MenuPro. - J.A. Mendez, author of 'The Chefs Commandments Book'

MenuPro 10 is an automated menu design program from SoftCafe that gives restaurant operators and hospitality professionals everything they need to create and print their own menus. From daily specials to complete dining room menus, MenuPro dishes out quick, professional designs without the expense or hassle of using a graphic designer or word processor. The program saves operators time and money as it allows them to make instant changes to their menus without having to pay or wait for a graphic designer or print shop.

Currently in use worldwide by thousands of restaurants and eateries, MenuPro is also a favorite among food service operators such as Sysco and US Foodservice, as it gives food service reps a competitive edge in attracting new clients by offering menu services as a value added feature.

MenuPro 10 features over 175 instant menu styles which let users design an entire restaurant menu with one-click, a simple drag and drop interface for creating and organizing menu items, and built in PDF and JPG creators which lets restaurateurs post menus on their websites or Facebook in just a few clicks.

Restaurants and establishments from around the world rely on MenuPro software every day - from small, single-site operations to multi-unit chains, hotels, country clubs and caterers, culinary schools and universities, retirement communities, and food service distributors.

More information can be obtained at http://www.softcafe.com or by calling SoftCafe sales at 1-800-747-3690. Special pricing is available for volume purchases and site licensing.

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