The Touche POS is as functionally powerful an F&B retail POS as any available internationally. It is designed for quick service in fast food outlets, for customer care in fine dining and for flexibility in food courts & industrial catering. Special features include the option of dual display terminals & kitchen display for QSRs, a unique repeat diner profiler for fine dining and stored value account handling for food courts & institutional catering units. The integrated purchase, stocks and costing functions can be performed at the outlet. Or, in chains these functions can be performed at any one or more of the outlet, commissary kitchens or the head office. These functions can be centralized with each outlet and commissary remotely accessing the database to perform transactions.
Auto-printing of KOTs in the kitchen plus optional printing of master KOT for the service staff are standard features of Touché . An optional interactive Kitchen Display allows the production staff to alert service staff when food is ready or delayed. Improving guest services through coordination between the front and the back of the house.
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Point of Sale (POS) software is a bundled solution that is best described as a combination of a billing, accounting and inventory management solution. Simply put, a POS software helps businesses process billing and purchasing easily, generate invoices and keep a steady track of their products sold and in stock. Such tools combine the functionalities of both a computer and a cash register. With POS software, sellers can input orders, compute the cost and receive customer payments.
There are two major components that comprise a POS system – the hardware and the software.
This system can be accessed directly from the Internet and is often compatible with most POS hardware (cash drawers, printers, etc.) Cloud based POS systems are less expensive, and they're convenient because merchants can access customer data from anywhere provided they have an Internet connection. This is great if you're a small business who sells in a brick and mortar store, ecommerce store, or participates the occasional trade show or flea market.
POS software can have as many features depending on the requirement of the end user and the industry it will be used for. Few POS software offer integrated modules in comprehensive ERP software packages, while others are sold as standalone solutions. However, there are basic functionalities common to POS systems such as:
Some of the benefits of a POS system are as follows:
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