VDIT Epos for takeaway integrated with postcode finder and caller id to recognise customer calling
POS stands for Point of Sales, a system that is used throughout the restaurants and retail industry. This computerized system allows business owners to keep track of sales, cash flow, and inventory and helps simplify bookkeeping enormously.
Any business can manage with a simple till register, but how much time do you actually spend adding receipts, counting stock, remembering prices, calculating taxes each day? A VDIT EPOS system can register every sale, product prices, and stock levels & produce end of day reports so YOU have all the information you need to manage the business faster & efficiently. Our software enables stock level alerts with an automatic reordering service so you can maintain good levels of your best selling items.
You won not be the first person in your industry to have these issues so ask other retailers who they use for their system, does it work and would they recommend them. This is better than wildly surfing the for suppliers as there are a lot of different providers out there with answers for different markets. Consider all factors, such as retail software, technical support, service after the sale, point of sale hardware, and integration with accounting packages or other business software you use.
Yes, absolutely. We offer VDIT software only deals upon basic criteria. We need to ensure that our software is compatible with your hardware for a smooth integration. We recommend before ordering VDIT software to contact our technical support team to check that it meets the minimal requirements.
Not a problem! VDIT offers the most bespoke software tailoring. We know every business is different and you may want that extra feature to stay one step ahead of the competition. Please contact us on any specific requests and we will be happy to respond.
One benefit of the POS system is that it simplifies communications between the kitchen and the wait staff. Order through the computer, directly to the kitchen printer. Another benefit of a restaurant POS system is that it can track everything from good usage to the most popular menu items. And also the POS system acts as a time clock, it can also help prepare payroll. This can save you a lot of money in bookkeeping. Along with the daily operations of running restaurants, a POS system can organise profit and loss statements and sales tax.