Archive for: September 2012

Getting Started – Summary

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Getting Started Guide – Page 8 of 8 < < Prev You have now seen how to use the POS terminal and view your transaction activity in the RMS. What now? You can use your test system as much as you like to evaluate Epos Freedom so that you can decide whether it is right for you. We suggest...

Managing the POS from the Back Office

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Getting Started Guide – Page 7 of 8 < < Prev Next >> The Back Office system to Epos Freedom’s POS is the ‘RMS’ which stands for ‘Retail Management System’. The RMS allows you to manage all aspects of your Epos Freedom system including Stock Control and Purchase Ordering. You also monitor and maintain your POS system from the...

Payments

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Getting Started Guide – Page 6 of 8 < < Prev Next >> To finish a sale click the Payment button in the action panel: After clicking payment the action panel then prompts you for a Payment Type: Click a payment icon, and a proposed amount (the outstanding that is outstanding) appears with a Green Tick: If the amount...

Editing Quantities, Prices and Discounts

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Getting Started Guide – Page 5 of 8 < < Prev Next >> Depending on the security restrictions that you set up for your users, you can edit the quantity, price or discount of any item that is entered. To edit an item you simply click its description in the Receipt Panel: Once you click a line, the Action...

Inputing an Item

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Getting Started Guide – Page 4 of 8 < < Prev Next >> You can input an item on a POS terminal using one of 5 methods: • Quick Codes • Browse Pages • Searching by Description • Scanning a Barcode • Entering a SKU number (if you know it) SKU Numbers Each stock item in your Epos Freedom...

Loading the POS for the First Time

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Getting Started Guide – Page 3 of 8 < < Prev Next >> Using the Test POS URL (http://test.pos.eposfreedom.com), key in your Retailer ID Key if prompted, and then login using the following details: UserID: tillop1 Password: tillop1 (This user ID and password is set up by default in the system. When using your live system it is essential...

The Epos Freedom Components

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Getting Started Guide – Page 2 of 8 < < Prev Next >> The activation process actually creates two databases for you. One is for your Live System, and the other is for your Test System. The Test System is a safe place for you to learn and experiment with Epos Freedom, and it also includes test product data...

System Requirements

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Epos Freedom can run on a variety of operating systems, hardware, and browsers: System Comment POS The POS system currently runs on all major operating systems and browsers. If you want the POS to print receipts directly to your printer from the browser you need to use Internet Explorer under Windows with the Epos Freedom Printing ActiveX Control installed...

Getting Started Guide

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Getting Started Guide – Page 1 of 8 Next >> Congratulations on activating your Epos Freedom retail system! You are at the start of your journey towards the implementation of the easiest to use, most feature-rich and cost effective EPOS system available on the market today. This Getting Started guide will show you the key features of the system...

Godfrey DIY

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Godfrey DIY is a retailer based in East Anglia selling goods for the home and garden from 3 outlets. Store sizes are 12000 to 15000 square feet, and about 30,000 products are stocked. The business migrated to Epos Freedom in February 2012 and has seen benefits in terms of streamlined till processes, paperless efficiency at their head office, and...