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Lemon POS

Lemon POS

Lemon POS is a configurable general Point of Sale, not focused to a specific sector. It is aimed at micro, small and medium size businesses. It can be used in a wide variety of functions including in a general store, a fast-food restaurant or a bookstore.

Lemon provides a modern themeable and easy to use interface, a search panel, a price-checker tool, an administration tool for managing your store, printed reports, and more. It has been designed for ease of use and customization.

It supports many POS terminals with a single database on a network, and has been tested with Star Micronics Thermal/Parallel printers and Datalogic barcode readers.

 Lemon POS 0.9.5

Price
Free to download

Size
3.9MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Miguel Chavez Gamboa

Website
www.lemonpos.org

System Requirements
MySQL
KDE 4.x
Qt4

Support:
Documentation, Users Guide, Tips, Wiki, Mailing List, SourceForge Project Page, Development Blog

Selected Reviews:
TechRepublic

Features include:

  • Easy installation
  • Low hardware requirements
  • Intuitive interface which can be themed using stylesheets and images
  • Inventory management
  • External management console (called Squeeze) offering on screen and printed reports, inventory control, and management of the information held in the database
  • Cash in drawer total
  • Inventory Categories
  • Customer/Vendor tracking
  • Printer support
  • Role based permisions, important user's actions logged
  • Single database serving multiple POS terminals.
  • Sales suspension. Take another sale and resume later
  • Sell custom products. Take "special orders"

LemonPOS in action

Squeeze in action

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Last Updated Tuesday, May 27 2014 @ 03:57 PM EDT


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