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Floreant POS

Floreant POS

Floreant POS is a platform independent Point of Sale application written in Java for restaurants simplifying order management, automation of kitchen and keeping control of cash.

FloreantPOS uses the following technologies: Hibernate OO Database mapper, XML, Apache Derby, Apache Ant, JDK, Javapos, and Jasper Report.

 Floreant POS 1.4

Price
Free to download

Size
22.6MB
License

MRPL

Developer
Moonrank USA

Website
floreantpos.org

System Requirements
RAM: 256MB or higher
Hard disk: 50MB

Java Runtime Environment 6.0+
Apache Derby 10.x or higher

Support:
Blog, SourceForge Project Page, Google Code

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Touch screen order managment: Create, Merge, Split and Void Ticket. Table Allocation. Carry out
  • Manager facilities: To operate Drawer Pull, Drawer bleed, Credit card tips payment & POS printer reports
  • Kitchen Print: Route instructions to Kitchen receipt printer. Track wastage and assign dedicated Kitchen printers for different terminals
  • Backoffice: Provides a friendly interface for creating a master database, food list, groups, menu, modifiers, cooking instruction, beverage count, shift wise dynamic pricing and festival discounts
  • Cash terminals: Multiple and partial payment in Cash, Debit & Credit card. Adjusment of price by discounts, tax exemption, gift card, coupons. Print Cash receipt and reports
  • MIS Reports: Sales summary and details report, Hourly income report, Gratuity (Tips) report, drawer pull, Credit card reports
  • Robust technology: Client server POS powered by Java DB / Apache Derby, Java, Hibernate and JavaPOS API. Floreant POS has been tested on multiple terminals running in Windows, Linux and Mac 10.x
  • Hardware supported:
    • Cash Drawers connected to POS printer
    • Touch screens (Tested on ELO  1000 & 3000 Series)
    • Receipt printers. (Tested on EPSON T88 series). Works on both serial and net connected
    • PC Printer for Backend reports (any standard printer)
    • Data collectors. Metrologic Scanpal 2 connected to a serial port
    • Any other input device that can emulate Keyboard (like bar code scanner or magnetic scanner)
  • Automatic detection of installed printers

Floreant POS in action

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