H&L’s Bakery POS Benefits
Meet your customers' needs
Split bills in a number of ways – at the counter by items on a bill to expedite customer needs.
Speed of service – serve customers quickly, accurately and effectively with a robust POS doing all the hard work for you.
Fast turnaround – sell more scones and coffees because your service is running smoothly with an efficient POS.
Integrated EFTPOS – integrates to minimise double handing therefore less human error.
Build customer loyalty
Member promotional offers – can be created and barcoded, when purchase criteria is met there is flexibility in how they are issued and redeemed.
Mix and Match – create promotions where customers can mix and match items for a discount or set price that easily turns on and off with a time switch – get 25 party pies for the price of 20 on Saturdays only.
Grow your membership – design and customise your own rewards program, track and redeem membership offers as you need with flexible options, and increase your membership base.
Easy to use for new and existing staff
Training mode – can be switched on to effectively train your staff across the whole POS without impacting on your live trade.
Design your keyboard – increase speed of service by using visual images to create effective navigation on your POS, and set up time switches for a variety of functions.
Public holiday surcharges – set and forget, surcharges can be managed seamlessly.
Package Meal Deals – create groups of items to be sold at a set price with substitutes as requested, for example a pie and donut purchase gets a free coffee on specific days and times.
Staff messaging – an inbuilt function to communicate with your staff as they log onto the POS to keep communication transparent.
Stock levels and cashflow reports at your fingertips
Track your stock – stock control starts at the POS and sent to our Stock application at back of house which manages your venue's inventory, purchases, costs, pricing, promotions, specials, and more.
Recipe inventory control – tracks your ingredients against sales to monitor new supplies needed.
Gather a snapshot of current activity – keep an eye on cash in the tills, open tables, what products are selling and staff productivity.
Current reports at any point in time – reports are available and can be run at any time to monitor sales, revenue, time sales, and user activity.