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Floreant POS – Point of Sale for Restaurants

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.

It’s easy to learn and supports wide range of hardware.

Features include:

  • Touch screen order management: 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. Adjustment 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.

Website: floreantpos.org
Support: Blog, SourceForge Project Page
Developer: Moonrank USA
License: MRPL


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