Cash Register

Por KeyHut

5 / 5 10 opiniones
Cash Register

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¿Quién utiliza este software?

All small and medium retail General retail Restaurants Theaters (Tickets) Timed sales (Rental / use per minute or hour)

Valoración media

10 opiniones
  • En general 5 / 5
  • Facilidad de uso 4.5 / 5
  • Atención al cliente 4.5 / 5
  • Funcionalidades 5 / 5
  • Relación calidad-precio 5 / 5

Detalles del producto

  • Precio de partida $1/una vez
  • Detalles de precios Free
  • Versión gratuita
  • Prueba gratis No
  • Implementación Instalado: Windows
  • Formación Documentación
  • Asistencia En línea

Datos del proveedor

  • KeyHut
  • http://keyhut.com/pos.htm
  • Fundada en 2001

Sobre Cash Register

A completely free POS system with inventory features allowing for tracking up to 26k different items. Supports most POS hardware including printers, scanners, cash drawers, and customer displays. Can also print receipts on regular computer printers. Can track sales and tips for up to 56 employees. Can track timed sales and can pre-sell tickets for events. Record and recall up to 10,000 transactions. Creates many reports that can be exported to text or data files. Supports networked registers.

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Funciones de Cash Register

  • Firma electrónica
  • Gestión de comisiones
  • Gestión de descuentos
  • Gestión de ingresos
  • Gestión de tarjetas de regalo
  • Integración de comercio electrónico
  • Lectura de códigos de barras
  • Perfil de cuenta de cliente
  • Programa de fidelización
  • Punto de venta para restaurantes
  • Retail POS
  • Varias ubicaciones

Las opiniones más útiles de Cash Register

Cash Register Review

Traducir con Google Publicado el 3/4/2019
Michelle B.
Assistant Manager
Alimentación y bebidas, 2-10 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
5/5
En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
4 / 5
Características y funcionalidades
5 / 5
Asistencia técnica
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: Overall, I am happy with the Cash Register software. Even if it is free, it can rival other software that charges a fee for its use. It has functionalities that other expensive software offers. It can basically run any business whether it is heavy on inventories or services. It is configurable by the user himself. It is user-friendly and easy to set-up. It can monitor sales (per hour, per day, per item, etc.), track and update inventories and even customers if the business requires, and set up user limits. We have used it before in a computer rental business. We are using it now for our milk tea business. It can be a useful tool in any business, I think.

Puntos a favor: -It allows the user to configure the POS system according to the needs of the business without having to rely on a programmer or on tech support. That means less downtime for the business because the business owner does not need to schedule a programmer to do the setting up of the POS system.
-Any user who can read and understand basic instructions can actually set it up. The features of each function has explanations on what it is for (on the same screen), how the settings affect the user, and how to configure each function. The user can make the system as simple or as robust as he wants it to be. The most basic step is just to input the items and the prices and you can already have a working POS system.
-I do not encounter runtime errors which perhaps is due to the fact that it is DOS-based unlike if the software runs on some other programming languages.
-It could be configured in one computer and then installed on another by just copying and pasting the whole POS folder in a USB or via a network.
-It has some good features such as the ff:
a. You can set it up to compute for discounts for specific people (e.g. senior citizens) or during promotional sales.
b. You can maintain, add, and monitor inventories.
c. You can set up access levels through the setting up of passwords for different functionalities.
d. It can actually print on receipt printers, open cash registers and utilize pole displays.
e. It can track and display all transactions whether sales, voids, etc

Contras: I'm actually looking for a way for the cashier to input the cash on hand in the system before the cash register totals are displayed so we can check if the actual cash is over or short from the POS register totals. What we do now is a workaround. The cashier inputs the cash on hand in the POS system and another person closes the cash register and declares if the actual cash is over or short from the POS totals. Also you can't use a mouse on it since it is DOS-based. However, it displays what you need to press in the keyboard to do transactions.

Cash Register (or DHPOS): A Classic, but Classy, Free POS Application

Traducir con Google Publicado el 17/3/2019
Nicholas T.
IT Consultant
Tecnología y servicios de la información, Trabajador autónomo
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
5/5
En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidades
5 / 5
Asistencia técnica
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: Whilst it may well be the case that many commercial and cloud-based POS packages have a nicer-looking user interface and require less setup and configuration, I have always been impressed with the rock-solid, "Swiss Army Knife" type approach that DHPOS takes. It is true that there is a little tinkering and thought necessary to get the software working the way that a client wants for initial setup, but once done nothing needs to be further altered and there are no ongoing costs to the client; it is literally like a physical cash register once set up. I still see some small businesses struggling with "dumb" cash register type tills that are clearly inadequate for their requirements where DHPOS can easily do a far better job, and for free, on literally any computer they have to hand even if it dates back to the late 1980s. This software could be a huge game changer for these businesses that could benefit from a more rigorous and careful analysis of their sales transactions. Above all, in terms of experience, I must say that the creator has proven to be an absolute gentleman to all of us in the DHPOS user community. Despite this being an unpaid role of his, and the software being free, quite amazingly he provides better support to all of us in using his software than many people get from paid POS support contracts.

Puntos a favor: It is heartening that this package is completely free when many POS applications are painfully expensive for small businesses on a tight budget. But, even if it had instead been a paid product, nothing quite measures up to DHPOS (otherwise known as Cash Register) for rock-solid common sense, customisation and broad application to almost any small retail business that is happy to do without a graphical interface. Some may balk at using a DOS application for their day-to-day POS requirements -- and it is indeed a very classic DOS application written in QuickBasic 4.5 -- but it is both stable and reliable, as well as enjoying tremendous voluntary support from its creator. As it is a DOS application it will run on virtually any platform including 64-bit Windows, Linux and Mac OS courtesy of DOSBox and provides an advanced cash register, inventory manager, customer database and reports engine as its core functionality. Additionally it can provide ticket sales for theatre environments, a kitchen display for restaurants and bars, timed sales for Internet cafe type environments, and a variety of additional other features for innumerable business cases. It generates very detailed and useful reports that if used appropriately can be exactly what a small business needs to get control of its cashflow. All business operations in DHPOS follow a linear, step-by-step model which prevent errors from staff input and it requires very little staff training to use once set up.

Contras: As it is a DOS program, there is no native support for many printers and barcode scanners directly from the program itself when run under Linux or Windows, so it can sometimes be tricky to make these devices behave themselves. There is a program called APRINT provided with the package for printing under Windows, although this can sometimes be a little tricky to configure correctly and does not always work. A workaround is available via the serial port emulation functionality of DOSBox which under Linux can be mapped to a physical device. This however is not a fault so much with the software as the environment in which it is developed, although given some persistence these issues can generally be overcome successfully.

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