Count full & open products
Scan UPC code or select product manually
Point or weigh open products
Use manual or Bluetooth scale
Fast, efficient and intuitive
Automated Par Levels, reorder amounts & Invoice entry
We are dedicated to providing bar owners, managers and inventory service providers with the latest bar inventory innovations.
Cloud based inventory & ordering solutions
With state of the art device integrations and software, we take the pain and frustration out of your beverage auditing. Our cloud based systems provides you with the correct up to date insights on your business from anywhere in the world.
Start your own Liquor Inventory Business
Our unique software licensing solutions offers anyone the opportunity to get involved in the liquor inventory business.
Beverage Inventory Solutions
Venue owners and Beverage managers finally have a real cost effective enterprise solution to manage beverage stock. Options include managing your beverage stock completely or with the help of our professionals.
If you are an inspiring entrepreneur wanting to start your own bar inventory business, LAC has you covered. LAC offers opportunities to individuals who would like to get involved in the Beverage inventory business. If you have extensive bar management experience and would like to put these skills to use in a way that allows you to build your own business, then this may be a great opportunity for you. We offer affordable subscription based products to help your Audit business be successful. Earn six figures with little overhead, or debt.
‘The biggest increase to our bottom line has been the liquor savings’
Owner “Time Out” Houston Texas
‘Accountability remains around 95% since using this system’
Owner “Rudyards” Houston Texas
‘LAC helps me with product accountability so I can focus on customer service and building my business.’
‘LAC is necessary when you are an absentee owner like myself. I work a full time job away from my bar and with LAC’s detail reporting, I just meet with my manager once a week to address any problems.’
Bill Harris, “Texas Tavern”