SpicePOS Software Features
Android POS terminal
You can install point of sale software on a variety of android devices, ranging from specialized android POS terminals to android tablets and phones.
Self service kiosk
You can setup POS application as a self service kiosk, or a table ordering tablet, allowing customers to place orders on their own.
You can give the customer a printed receipt, or email the receipt to their email address. Pre receipts can be printed for open orders, before taking the payment.
You can save an order aside for later billing, and continue to take new orders. Saved orders can be modified as required, and billed later.
Cash, card, credit and cheque payments are supported (not integrated payments). Custom payment methods can also be setup. Payment can be split into multiple payment
methods if required.
You can setup custom delivery methods, and choose the delivery method for each order.
You can give percentage or amount discounts for individual items or the whole order.
You can refund the whole receipt or individual items.
Customers can return goods they purchased and take a receipt for the return, which they can later use as a payment for purchases.
You can setup a service charge percentage, which will be added to the total bill amount. Service charge can be removed for items that are not applicable.
You can specify tax percentages, which will be applied to the bill. Tax can be removed for inapplicable items.
Credit card excess fee
You can charge an excess fee to the payments made with a credit card.
You can select additions (modifiers) to items (paid or unpaid). Also, you can include custom notes for items.
Change price at sale
You can modify the price of an item at bill level.
You can setup promotional discounts based on various criteria, and the discounts will be automatically added for matching orders.
If the same item is sold at different prices (due to the price differences between batches), multiple prices can be specified for an item as price hints, which will
be prompted when taking an order.
Items can be organized into menus and categories, for easy filtering.
Open orders can be assigned to different employees.
Show the order information to the customer on a separate display while you are taking the order.
Cashier can add pay-in and pay-outs for cash movements happening outside sales, so SpicePOS can track the balance in the cash register.
SpicePOS can continue to work without an internet connection, and the data will be synced to cloud servers as soon as the internet connection is available.
Easily view sales margin of an item when taking order, so that you can decide on how much you can discount when giving out discounts.
Multiple branch support
You can add multiple branches to your account, and view the information of each branch in one place.
Daily receipt sequence support
You can setup SpicePOS to daily reset receipt sequence. This is useful if the customer has to wait while the order is being prepared.
You can split a saved order into multiple orders, if customers want separate bills.
You can sell redeemable gift cards.
Weight based barcodes
You can sell weighed items with the help of a weighing scale which can generate weight based barcodes.
You can print KOTs and BOTs when saving an order, and print any changes done to order.
Multiple kitchen/bar support
You can setup multiple kitchen/bar printers, and mark the printer to which the print should be sent to, at item level.
You can tag table numbers on orders. Table number will be printed on KOT/BOTs and receipt. Table occupancy can be monitored through the POS terminal.
Inventory is fully linked to POS system. POS transactions are reflected in the inventory.
A recipe can be defined for items, and when an item with a recipe is sold through POS, stock will be debited based on the recipe.
Items can be produced based on a recipe.
Stock can be adjusted easily, for any mismatch.
Purchase orders can be generated easily, and emailed to suppliers.
Supplier invoices can be entered to inventory as GRN, crediting items into inventory.
Stock can be transferred between branches.
Available stock can be counted and entered into inventory through stock takes.
Inventory can be returned to suppliers through stock returns.
Low stock alerts
Alerts can be generated when stock levels deplete.
Negative stock alerts
Alerts can be generated if stock levels go negative.
Inventory can be uploaded through CSV spreadsheets.
Labels (including barcodes) can be printed for items in inventory. Easily print labels for GRNs, Purchase orders, stock takes, stock transfers, etc.
You can get a clear idea about your inventory through reports. Total stock cost, total sale value, expected margin, expected profit can be visualized easily.
View how your inventory changed in the past.
View expiring items in your inventory.
View sales by time period, items, branches, etc. Approximate profit calculations based on inventory cost of sales.
View receipts, refunds, voids, goods returns, credit settlements, payments from back-office.
Income expense tracking
Track additional income, expenses.
Role based access control
Roles can be assigned to employees, which defines what actions are allowed for each of them and what are not.
Employees can work for shifts, and a shift summary report can be generated at the end of the shift.
Employee performance can be monitored from back-office.
You can reward customers with loyalty points for their purchases, which they can later redeem on purchases.
Details of past purchases of customers can be easily viewed.
Orders can be billed for credit. Outstanding credit of each customer can be easily viewed. Credit settlements are allowed.
SpicePOS allows to accept cheques as a payment method from customers. Outstanding cheque payments can be viewed from back-office.
Items can be purchased from suppliers for credit. SpicePOS can track how much credit you have for each supplier, and settle credit as required.
Outstanding cheque payments to suppliers can be tracked with SpicePOS.