Guest Check Floating

Guest Check Floating, Floating Clerks, Floating PLUs

Guest Check Floating, Floating Clerks, Floating PLUs??  So, what is the deal with point of sale systems and the “floating functions” folks keep talking about?

Well, floating just means that all POS systems in a network have real-time access to certain information.  They can share guest checks in restaurants, open receipts, and new PLUs/articles.  This grants you substantial flexibility in how you run your operation.

Here are the specifics…

Let’s begin with Floating Tables…

This is also known as Guest Check Floating, which allows POS terminals to automatically transfer all customer sales data to all other POS terminal in your network – basically different locations such as tables, bar, or terrace.  There’s no need for staff to return to the same POS terminal or even open up a new sales ticket every time a customer moves from table to terrace.

Then we have Floating Clerks…

This feature really consists of 2 parts known as Smooth Terminal Change and Smooth Operator Change. It ensure automatic clerk change and transfer of all active sales data per customer at any POS terminal in your network.  Yep, you heard right.  In a bakery, for example, it facilitates direct POS access at all the different service areas such as bread sales, cake sections, and my favorite –  the delectable goodies area.  Staff continues serving clients simultaneously without interruption at any terminal. They simply swap to their open receipts at a touch of a button or a magnetic key.  Pretty cool, huh?

Lastly, there are Floating PLUs

Newly created/changed sales items, also known as PLUs, automatically pass from one POS terminal to all the others you have networked locally.  The clerk only needs to add it once.

Now that’s what I call efficient!

…and BTW, all these “floating functions” work with QUORiON cash registers and POS systems.  All you really need is a LAN interface to network your POS terminals.

For more information on QUORiON point of sale products, please visit the link above today.

Quorion trademark

QUORiON Trademark Redesign Reflects Digital Age

The QUORiON trademark has stood for quality and flexibility for many years. Now, our trade mark is adapting to the changing times.

In cooperation with our design partners Plusgrad we are currently in the process of renewing our corporate identity. The launch of the new corporate design is the first milestone in the implementation of our strategy.  QUORiON Data Systems sets out to establish and further expand its position as a manufacturer of unique and premium point of sale solutions.

Moreover, our objective is to firmly position QUORiON as a superior POS terminal manufacturer with a flexible and comprehensive product portfolio. The modernization of our product range began with the introduction of our cloud based back office solution QBC (Quorion Business Control).  Soon, it will reach the second milestone with the presentation of new point of sale terminals.

The current modernization underlines QUORiON’s digital transformation into the ultimate point of sale solutions provider for the digital age.

With networked point of sale solutions we will aid our customers in improving their quality of life and building resource conservation into their daily lives. Our new corporate design reflects the symbiosis of qualitative reliability and modern innovation.

Paper receipts end?

Will Mobile Payment Spell the End of Paper Receipts?

Will paper receipts end?  Here is a great infographic for those asking questions about the viability of mobile payments and paper receipts.  It’s a great read and highly insightful, pact with some surprises.  Check it out below…

The realm of mobile payment is evolving and making ripples in the sea of digital advancements, thanks to the marketing efforts of the big brands in the likes of Apple, Starbucks, Google, Samsung, and Disney.  While the overall adoption of both consumers and businesses to mobile payments remains low, some experts say that 2015 represented a step in the right direction for the mobile payment technology.  Transactions that were once tethered to old-fashioned, fixed cash registers and the newer mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) technology are now being shifted to smartphones and other consumer mobile devices.

BUT, despite pending doom that mobile payments cast upon the thermal paper market, the industry is expected to continue to thrive in the next years, according to a recent market analysis by Grand View Research.

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