ID #1607

Is it possible to track restaurant orders through barcode during sale?

Scenario:

In my restaurant I am using Quick mode of transaction. Customer places orders and we give them bill of orders. When customer comes back, we have to select his/her orders from the list. To select the order number from the list we have to type the bill number, manually. If the bill number got scanned it will be very easy and fast for us to create sale bills from orders.

Answer: Using Order number barcode we can easily maintain the orders. Please use the following steps,

Step 1: Setting in Station Setup,

  1. Go to Main Menu > Settings > Application Settings > Station Setup (T> A> S)
  2. Alt + L
  3. Select the Station Name from the list
  4. Go to Bill Printer field
  5. Ctrl + N (it will open OPOS Master Modify Screen)
  6. Alt + L
  7. Select the printer from the list through which you want to print POS bill barcode.
  8. Set “Barcode Command = 29,107,73,”
  9. Save.

 

Step 2: Setting in global option,

  1. Go to Main Menu > Settings > Application Settings > Global Option (T>A>G) 
  2. Set “List Style = Advanced”
  3. Save 

 

Step 3: Setting the option,

  1. Go to Main Menu > Sales Management > Transaction > Sales Invoice (Scan POS) (S>T>S)
  2. Alt + R
  3. Set “Print Order No  Barcode = Yes”
  4. Set “Number of Order Copies = 1” (you can change it as per your requirement)
  5. Save.

 

Step 4: Creating the order (in Quick mode Touch POS)

  1. Go to Main Menu > Restaurant > Transaction > Sale Invoice (Touch POS) (S>T>T)
  2. Select products
  3. Press F10 to create order (or you can also use ‘F10 Order’ button)
  4. It will print an order bill with Order number Barcode, give it to the customer.

 

Step 4: Creating the Sale against Sale Order (in Quick mode Touch POS)

  1. Go to Main Menu > Restaurant > Transaction > Sale Invoice (Touch POS) (S>T>T)
  2. Press F3 button (or you can also use ‘F3 Open Order’ button)
  3. Tender
  4. Finish

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Tags: barcode, Sale Invoice, Setup

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