Products & Services

Pricing is estimated at the establishment and pricing will vary per establishment
Below are the audit cycles available as well as what other items in the establishment can be recorded. EIC supplies a report that contains what information the establishment opts to be supplied with.
AUDIT CYCLES (pricing varies for each audit cycle)
EIC offers three different audit cycles that an establishment can opt to use.
Monthly: Audits are performed on a 30 day cycle. Monthly audits are excellent for spot checking your costs. Monthly audits do not include the SOQ as it does not apply to this audit type.
Bi-Weekly: Audits are performed every other week. The SOQ is included for this audit type and is calibrated to cover the venue for a two (2) week period.
Weekly: Audits are performed every week. This is the most effective of the three products because it allows the highest degree of accuracy for the SOQ that is included.
BASIC CHARGES (Applied to all audit cycles and pricing varies)
Basic Inventory Count (BIC): The basic inventory count records what beer and liquor is in the establishment at the time of the audit. Suggested Order Quantity (SOQ) is included for liquor and beer only. Liquor Cost is included as well[2].
Dry Goods: Purchasers of this service will receive within the final report the amount of dry goods that remain in the storage areas of the establishment. Only products that are in the storage areas will be counted. Pricing varies.
Mixers Count: The mixers count will record how much of each mixer remains within the establishment. Boxed juices that are tapped can be recorded by quarters as a reference to how much is remaining in the box. The final values are included with the final report and are not considered in the liquor cost. Pricing varies.
Wine Count: Bottled wine can be included within the final report but will not be considered within the final liquor cost. SOQ can be included however. Wine is counted by types as well; e.g. merlot, chardonnay, white zinfandel..Etc. Pricing varies
Keg Count:  Kegs can be recorded for the final report and will be considered for the liquor cost. Tapped kegs will be recorded by quarters in the final report. SOQ can be set for your kegs as well.
[1] SOQ quantities are to be used as a suggestion only. SOQ cannot take account for private parties and other events that the establishment will have occurring throughout the audit cycles.
[2]EIC takes all liquor and beer depletion and compares that to the POS sales for the cycle. Liquor cost is calculated using those two values. Venues are responsible for maintaining their POS systems as well as supplying accurate POS numbers for EIC representatives.