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WallacePOS – open source web based Point of Sale

WallacePOS is an open-source, intuitive & modern web based POS & business management system.

It uses the power of the modern web to provide an easy to use & extensible solution suitable for small to medium businesses. It supports standard POS hardware including receipt printers, cashdraws and barcode scanners. With a rich administration dashboard and reporting features.

WallacePOS is no longer actively maintained.

Features include:

  • Supports POS hardware across a large number of devices and operating systems.
  • Compatible with ESCP (Epson standard code for printers) receipt printers, cashdraws and standard USB barcode scanners.
  • Produces Professional receipts complete with your logo, custom text & QR code
  • Supports Tyro Integrated Eftpos terminals (hosted versions only).
  • Multipurpose design makes it suitable for restaurants, cafes or general retail. Orders are broadcast to other devices in realtime ensuring any device can finalize the order.
  • Touchscreen device? The onscreen keypad makes a keyboard optional
  • Checkout is flexible & fast. Add items in more than one way, take split payments and email receipts
  • Supports Voids and refunds
  • Use standard USB barcode scanners or our special android app to process sales even faster
  • Uses JSON data interchange. Data is preloaded to ensure it’s available on demand & updates are delivered in real time with new but proven websocket technology.
  • Scales down to any screen size using CSS3 media queries.
  • HTML5 Offline storage allows processing of transactions without an internet connection, offline records are uploaded when a connection becomes available.
  • Statistics:
    • Spend less time shuffling paper reports, digital ones are instantly available.
    • Access to your business dashboard anywhere with an internet connection.
    • Take back control of your data! All data available for export & external analysis.Configuration and item updates are delivered to POS terminals in real time.

Website: wallacepos.com
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Michael Wallace
License: GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0

WallacePOS is written in PHP and JavaScript. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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