Amigo Pos includes a comprehensive list of features that are ideally suited for quick service (fast food), dine-in and delivery restaurants as well as bar/lounge and nightclub environments. When used for fast food, the order entry screen can remain open after each order is tendered to speed orders. Refer to the list of customizable features for each order type, such as auto receipt printing and default menu to invoke when the order type is selected.
The CASH, CREDIT and SETTLE buttons at the bottom left of the order entry screen are used to tender the order immediately so that the current order is cleared and the next order can be started.
Amigo Pos includes the ability to interface seamlessly with ChargeItPro, Vantiv (formerly Mercury Pay), OpenEdge EdgeLink (formerly XCharge) or Datacap NETePay to process credit card transactions in as little as a few seconds using your existing internet connection or phone line.
Amigo Point Of Sale does not endorse any specific payment processor and does not maintain a relationship with or receive residuals from any payment processing company. Datacap NETePay (generally provided and installed by your merchant account provider) allows you to keep your existing credit card processor or to shop around for the best rates.
The following is a list of minimum recommended system requirements to successfully install and run AmigoPOS
|•||Microsoft® Windows 10 (32- or 64-bit)|
|•||Microsoft® Windows 8.1 (32- or 64-bit)1|
|•||Microsoft® Windows 7 (32- or 64-bit) with Service Pack 1|
.Net Framework 4.7.2
|•||Install the .Net 4.7.2 runtime automatically using the AmigoPOS installer or manually by downloading the web installer fromMicrosoft|
|•||Monitor capable of 1024x768px or better screen resolution|
At least a Pentium 4 or faster processor:
|•||Users with more than one pos station or multiple prep printers must ensure that the pos stations (and print servers) are connected to a stable, reliable and secure Windows HomeGroup or simple Windows peer-to-peer network (not a domain). Wired networks are strongly preferred for reliability. When using the tablet server, the Wi-Fi router should be located in the dining area to avoid interference from the high speed exhaust fans and stainless steel or aluminum wall panels that are typically found in restaurant kitchens.|