Point of Sale Software - ROBOTILL -

ROBOTILL System Configuration

To open system configuration, in ROBOTILL Manager go to Setup > System Configuration.

Configuration Menu

General Configuration
> General Settings
> Cash Drawers and Shifts
> Payment Options
> Sales Tax
> System Security
> Cash Denominations
> Branch Setup
> POS Menu Items

Retail Specific
> General Retail Settings
> Measurement Units
> Label Print Setup
> Shelf Label Print Setup

Restaurant Specific
> Restaurant Settings
> Restaurant Tables

General Configuration > General Settings

General Settings
  1. This option is no longer available from version 8. To change your currency symbol or how money is displayed, change your regional settings. See 'Getting Started and Setup' > Currency.
  2. By default a till slip (receipt) will be printed for each sale. You can turn automatic printing off. If a receipt is then required you can use the 'Print Last Slip' button in the POS Applications.
  3. You can prevent sales of items that is out of stock. This will usually happen when the user forgot or did not yet have time to do a 'stock receiving'. You can use this option to force employees to do stock receiving on time.
  4. When you capture a product this profit margin will be used to calculate the price of the item from the unit cost. This is just a default and can be changed when you capture the product.
  5. If you capture a product and you specify the price first, the unit cost will then automatically be calculated from the price. You can choose if this should be done using the price including tax or excluding tax.
  6. You can replace the system logo that is displayed in the POS applications with your own company logo. The image will be stretched to fit into the logo boxes. The size is not that important but you should use a image with more or less the same dimensions.
  7. You can choose if the final sale amount should be rounded. It is not a mathematical rounding as the amount will always be rounded down in the favor of the customer as you can't charge more for a sale than the actual amount for the sale. For example, if you choose to round to 10c, then an amount of 1.27 will be rounded to 1.20 and not 1.30.

8) See Tier Prices and Price Modes

  1. By default, if you add the same item more than once to a sale, then the same item quantity will be increased instead of adding another line for the same item. This is ideal for retail shops to help save slip paper. Restaurants usually need to keep items separate as they need to add attributes or notes to each item. If you want to add more line items instead if increasing the quantity then un-check this box.
  2. If you use both the retail module and the restaurant module at the same computer, you can enable the switch button. The switch button allows you to quickly switch between the retail and the restaurant module.

11) See Cusomer Cards
12) When using customer cards you can choose to use your own account numbers. See customer accounts.
13) See Pole Display Setup
14) After you made any changes, click on Update Settings. You will need to close and re-open the POS Applications as settings are only loaded when the applications are opened.

Retail Specific > General Retail Settings

Retail Settings

1) See Scale Generated Barcodes
2) The minimum deposit for a laybye or sale order. See Laybye.
3 & 4) See Salesperson

Restaurant Specific > Restaurant Settings

Restaurant Settings

1) See Waiter Setup

  1. By default order slips are printed when a sale is completed. Usually a restaurant requires order slips to be printed when items are ordered (using the order button) and not when a sale is completed.

3) See Using a Default Table

  1. If you select this option a waiter will not be able to remove an item from a sale that was already ordered.
  2. An order slip with new ordered items will be printed when a waiter selects the 'Order' button. If you select this option an order slip will automatically be printed if the waiter logs out but an order slip was not printed for new items (in case the waiter forgets to press the order button).
  3. After midnight settings are used if you have a restaurant or pub that stays open after midnight. Usually a new day starts at 00:00 but if you stay open after midnight this will split a shift into two separate days.
  4. You can choose the shift start date and time (the date and time the cash drawer was allocated to a user) for the date in reports instead of the sale date and time. This will prevent the sales of a single shift to be grouped into two separate days. Only reports and charts that group sales by date will be affected.
  5. If you work after midnight you can choose at what time your day should start. For example if your restaurant/bar stays open until 2 AM - 3 AM and you open again at 9 AM, you can choose to start your day at 08:00. This setting will be applied to all the date filters for reports. For example if you filter a report for a single day and your start of day is at 08:00, the the report will start at 08:00 of the selected day and will include all sales up until 07:59 of the next morning.