POS Nation's restaurant software is designed to meet the needs of your restaurant. With so many features, it's hard to find room to list them all!
Eliminate order errors with easy reference to each table’s information. Increase turnover and serve more guests each night!
We’ve partnered with GrubHub, Seamless, TakeOut, Menu Drive, and other online delivery platforms to offer online ordering integration. Don’t have a website? No problem. Already have a website? Just as easy. Either way, we’ll help you upload your menu to the web.
Streamline processes from the sales floor to the kitchen. From printers to kitchen display systems, always have clear communication between the staff and the kitchen.
Quickly and accurately record orders while focusing on customers — even track tabs by customer description.
Gain real-time visibility into your sales activity. Know what menu items are selling and which ones needs to be replaced.
Let your POS system automatically change prices for select times, and never worry about entering the wrong amount.
Keep track of over-pouring to eliminate free drinks and lost profits; track all your drink recipes in your point of sale.
Have full knowledge of your inventory and all your expenses — always keep your employees accountable.
Servers can easily and efficiently enter custom orders and send them to the kitchen.
Decrease order errors with graphical “quick” keys for popular menu items. Customer satisfaction levels will soar when orders are placed quickly and accurately.
One of the flagship features of our restaurant POS software is table ordering and management. Easily see what tables are open and which ones are occupied. The server's name and length of time each customer has been at their table are posted on every filled table. Access occupied tables to add to their order as the guests' dinner progresses.
Splitting checks is fast and easy. Use the touchscreen to divide up orders, and split a check as many ways as needed to accommodate your customers. For large groups, order by seat number to keep the entire group on individual tickets. The quicker checks are divided up and closed out, the faster your business will turn over tables.
Calculating accurate food costs for prepared meals is critical to understanding the profitability of your restaurant. Detailed recipe management tracks inventory with each serving. For example, each time a hamburger is ordered, two buns, a quarter pound of beef, and a slice of cheese are not only deducted from your inventory, but the cost of the individual items is summed and included as cost of goods sold on your P&L. Stop wasting time calculating the costs of your dishes by hand. And with inventory reporting and control, make sure your raw inventory is going into the business, and not out the back door.
Increase your sales and profitability by expanding your bar and alcohol business. With the bar tab feature, pre-authorize credit cards so collecting payment is a breeze, and feel at ease because you won't be responsible for a stack of credit cards sitting behind the bar any longer.
Track customers by name or even physical description for when the bar is so loud you can't hear the guy yelling three feet in front of you, or if the name is so strange that you just have to go with "man in red shirt". Add tips, settle up, and move on to serving the next customer.
Tip tracking is a vital part of any restaurant business, so the system you choose needs to be able to do this without fail. Accurate and easy tip tracking is imperative to maintaining a happy and reliable wait staff. Each ticket gives the user an opportunity to add a tip before it's closed, and cash tips can be reported at clock-out. Track tips by server so there's never any question as to who is owed what.
Modifiers give you the ability to customize orders by adding specific toppings, sides, or special preparations instructions. Forced modifiers are also a great way to structure order entry so the wait staff never forgets to communicate particulars of the order to the kitchen. For example, if a hamburger is ordered, forced modifiers might include medium, medium-well, or well done while optional modifiers might include extra ketchup, lettuce, and bacon.
Set your employee work schedules in the POS system, and your employees will be able to print their upcoming work week on the receipt printer any time they need it.
Run audit reports on each employee's usage of voids, discounts, split checks, cash discrepancies, and more to reduce shrinkage and eliminate theft.
One of the top reasons that bars and restaurants fail is lost inventory from improperly poured drinks. With the POS software's recipe tracking, monitor each liquor bottle to ensure your bartenders aren't overpouring. For example, if a customer orders a Jack & Coke, 2oz of Jack Daniels will be deducted from your inventory, and when 25oz have been reached, the system knows a 750ML bottle is empty.
Eliminate theft and shrinkage to ensure your profits stay in your business.
Our restaurant POS software lets you customize your floor layout and manage individual tables within the POS system. Whether you operate a dining room, bar, patio, or all three, you'll always have a live view of your restaurant. Each table is identified as vacant or occupied, and if occupied, the server’s name is displayed along with the length of time the customer has been at the table.
Once a table is filled, place orders by seat to ensure each guest receives exactly what they ordered. Easily add to an order throughout the meal. Hold and fire orders as needed, and when the meal is complete, split checks by guest in seconds to ensure happy customers.
Track tips within your system to easily and quickly allocate compensation to the wait staff. Use your software to manage employee time and attendance with clock-in and clock-out features.
Assign employees to a job or profile that limits their ability to perform certain functions or access sensitive information on the POS. Requiring manager approval for discounts and voids is a great way to ensure your financial security.
Set compensation rates and run your entire payroll through your point of sale system.
Once an order is placed, the ticket is sent to the kitchen via a remote printer, which creates a paper ticket. You can even print menu items to different kitchen printers so that orders are sent to the right station. For example, all drink orders can be sent to the bar while all food orders are sent to the kitchen. Print modifiers in red to clearly distinguish different selections and add notes for allergies or special preparation instructions.
If you’d like to stay away from printing tickets, a kitchen display system (KDS) presents orders on a monitor for the kitchen staff to see. Orders can be cycled through and bumped off the monitor when they are complete. The KDS can only display eight orders at once, and because of this, they're primarily used by fast-food and fast-casual restaurants.
As ingredients and portions are built into a recipe, the proportional food cost is added to the menu item. If ground beef costs eight dollars per pound and each hamburger calls for half a pound of beef, then the system knows that each hamburger includes four dollars worth of ground beef. When a hamburger is ordered, four dollars of costs are added to your P&L.
Continuing the example, when a hamburger is ordered, the system automatically deducts half a pound of beef from the inventory so an accurate count is always kept.
One of the top reasons restaurants fail is that they don't understand the profitability of each dish. That 25 dollar pork chop may sound profitable, but after 15 ingredients are added, you may actually be selling it at a loss. Recipe tracking also lets your chefs and bartenders easily access guides for preparing any order.
We can program your entire menu into the software for easy order entry. Your staff can identify menu items by pictures to increase the speed and accuracy of entering orders. Divide your menu by sections — for example, appetizers, mains, sides, and drinks — to keep everything organized for the wait staff.
Set forced modifiers that require entry before proceeding with the order, which helps the wait staff remember to ask all the necessary questions. For example, when a steak is ordered, the next screen requires the waitress to select rare, medium, or well done.
Modifiers allow customers to add sides, toppings, and other requests to an order. Modifiers can also be customized with descriptions such as light and extra so when a hamburger is ordered, for example, your staff can choose from a variety of optional modifiers including ketchup, tomato, bacon, and cheese. Additional costs can be tied to modifiers as well.