TRAINING

As part of SENPOS Point of Sale’s commitment to customer care, we provide a series of training videos guiding you though key features of our POS solutions. 

1. Creating a Department 

Departments are group headings for product to be attached. These headings are then used for grouping and reporting on your products. Also used for terminal printing receipts, journal (kitchen) dockets, EOS (End of Shift) and service summaries.

Level 1 – Basic

2. Creating a Stock Item 

A stock item is a product that is purchased by the venue and counted in a stocktake. Once a product is setup as a Stock Item, invoices (purchases) can be entered into the system to track cost and stock levels.

Level 1 – Basic

3. Creating a PLU 

PLU stands for Price Look Up. PLU’s are products that are sold by the venue. The PLU is where the sell prices are kept, and the barcodes are added for scanning products at a terminal. PLU’s are linked back to a stock item to deduct the portion of stock used. This is known as the recipe. A single PLU can be linked to multiple stock items. Products that are not stock controlled only require the PLU without the recipe link.

Level 1 – Basic

4. Keypads

A keypad is a selection of keys grouped together on a terminal screen. A standard SENPOS keypad will commonly contain a Sale Display Window, a Sale Item Panel, a Footer Panel, numeric keys, Media Keys and PLU Keys.

Level 1 –  Basic

5. Creating Condiment Tables 

Condiment tables contain PLU’s that are to be used as sub items for that of another PLU. These tables allow for additional sales information and pricing under a sub item (condiment) to the primary PLU.

Level 2 – Basic+

6. PLU Price Increase

PLU Price Increase/Decrease is a bulk tool to Increase/Decrease prices on a price level by percentage or amount.

Level 2 –  Basic+

7. Quick Tabs 

Quick-Tabs is a SENPOS tab system which allows clerks to create, charge sales to, and finalize tabs at a terminal.

Level 2 – Basic+

8. Reporting

The SENPOS report manager is used to obtain a wide variety of sales information across specific date ranges.
This can be filtered down to Member, PLU, Stock, Terminal etc.

Level 3 –  Intermediate

9. Stocktaking

SENPOS Stocktake is used to manage the sites stock levels. It can calculate Variances and Valuations for the period of the stocktake by considering open count from last stocktake, sales, purchases and current count.

This will allow the site to regularly highlight any stock control issues and address areas in the business that needs to improve on in order to be even more profitable.

Level 2 – Basic+