ezPower Restaurant is a point-of-sale suite for a restaurant or cafe of virtually any type and size. It suits great for all aspects of restaurants daily life, including waiters work and control, waiter-kitchen and waiter-bar interactions, money accounting and overall control and analysis of products, employees, sales, suppliers, clients
The waiter-related part of software has large visual controls, which with equal ease can be managed with the mouse, keyboard (on-screen tips are shown) or touch-screen. Here, a waiter can select a table he serves, see what products in what quantities and by who have ordered from that table and then use that information to print out receipts for the kitchen and the bar to serve the clients and collect the money The product selection matrix is the main, largest and colorful part of the window, but some extended options are also available (like taxes and tips selection, splitting orders for different clients from the same table, or reservation of tables).
The administrative part of the software provides a very wide range of capabilities in slick interface. Those include adding products, grouping into menus and controlling by quantity and quality, editing staff (with wide privilege-management capabilities). Finally, this is the place where all sales are reviewed, controlled and statistically analyzed. Virtually every non-common aspect of your restaurant work can also be handled with good customization options.
ezPower Restaurant Point of Sale 8.3 Restaurant Point of Sales. Touch screen, scanner, keyboard or mouse. Track sales, Waiters, Inventory and Customers, Reservations, Split Payments, Split Tables. Print to Register
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