The LS One solution can be set up within 30 minutes with a configuration tool for a database. Comprehensive default data can then be inserted to give you a basis for customization and help you navigate and teach yourself how to use the Site Manager and POS. The POS layouts, styles and button operations can be customized down to each terminal or staff member’s needs and permissions. Setting up a store has never been more comprehensive or faster!
It includes a Site Manager that handles all back-office operations, a Point of Sale that handles customer transactions and other POS procedures. It works as a standalone terminal, unaffected by down-time or in online mode with the Site Service. The Site Service allows the POS to access the central database, suspend transactions and make real-time updates. The Data Director allows a Head Office to send and retrieve data to and from sites. The solution is tailored to grow with your business, from one terminal to multiple sites with multiple terminals. LS One products cater specifically to your needs.
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Point of Sale (POS)
The POS is a .NET based POS that handles all necessary POS operations. It can act as a standalone solution or connect to the Site Service to get real-time updates from the site’s central database. It is flexible and can be customized to meet the needs of individual users, user groups or terminals. With a touch button layout that can be customized for terminals handling different transactions in the same store, the POS can meet the requirements of any business including retail and hospitality.
Button layouts that have a variety of smart menus, with the option of overall styles and individual button customizations.
The operations available on the POS include everything necessary for a fully functional site, with the option to add operations specific to your business needs.
In hospitality connect to Station Printing to send orders to multiple stations that prepare different parts of the order.
It is possible to go through end of day procedures and keep track with an automatically updated daily journal.
POS permissions can be set to users and user groups, so you can control staff access to operations on the POS.
Offers and Discounts
The POS handles offers with all kinds of discounts, priorities and validation periods; displaying them clearly on the item line in the receipt panel.
Logs and Reports
Audit logs and reports give you a clear overview of sales. Customer functions such as the ledger, give you an up-to-date view of transactions and payments.
The inventory options give you a clear overview of stock history, stock levels, and purchase orders. You can even make transfer orders to different sites to make sure you never run out.
Infocodes allow you to set item modifiers on the POS, cross-sell or set reminders to the POS user at a particular point in a transaction.
Set up one product with many variations, such as style, size and color. The possibilities are endless.
Organize items within departments and groups, allowing you to access them with one click to create discounts, set infocodes and tax groups.
Never spend time looking frantically for what you want in the Site Manager, with a search tool, smart links and quick navigation buttons you will quickly find what you need.
Run POS Offline
The POS can run offline on a local database; this is very useful as it is not affected by network or back-office server downtime. When you have a POS that needs to be running all of the time, this can save you from losing business. The downside to running in offline mode is that it is more difficult to access central data such as gift cards, credit memos and so on. This information can change throughout the day and keeping it up-to-date is essential.
The Site Service solves these kinds of problems by allowing the POS to access a central database in order to retrieve or update information. This gives the POS the resilience of a standalone mode as well as the data availability of an online POS.
Have a Clear Overview of your Whole Operation
The data in the database is copied and transferred by the Data Director. This means that the head office can have a clear overview of data and keep a replica to make sure that data is not lost. Use the job scheduler in the Site Manager to schedule which jobs happen at what time and keep a detailed log.
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