Features of Point of Sale Software

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Order Management

The Foodship order management system helps your restaurant staff take control over every aspect of the order-handling process. Foodship, an innovative cloud-based, as well as iOS and Android-based, POS system for restaurants, makes it easy for restaurant staff to handle various types of orders—such as online, dine-in, walk-in/takeaway, and phone orders—using separate devices or screens. This organization ensures smooth and efficient order processing.

Payment Integration

The importance of Foodship POS systems is highlighted by the beneficial features they offer to end customers. Foodship POS systems allow your restaurant’s customers to pay using their preferred payment methods. By incorporating more than one payment method into the POS system, restaurants can enhance customer satisfaction and expedite the checkout process.

Foodship POS systems accept payments from the following methods:

Table Management

Table management in Foodship’s POS system assists the restaurant in table allocation through status tracking, assigning available tables to customers based on their requirements. The primary advantage of this feature is reducing wait time for customers. 

Prominent features of the Foodship table management system are: 

Online ordering integration

Foodship enables restaurants to integrate the Foodship point-of-sale (POS) system with the Foodship’s online ordering system. This integration helps restaurant staff to process both online and offline orders within a single point-of-sale (POS) interface.

Key Benefits of Integration of Online Ordering with Foodship’s Point-of-Sale Software:

Cloud-based admin panel


The cloud-based admin panel feature offers restaurant owners and managers the convenience of accessing real-time data from the Foodship POS system anytime and anywhere with an internet connection. An important advantage of this feature is that it allows restaurant owners to manage and analyze their restaurant’s performance in real time, regardless of their location. This capability enables them to make well-informed business decisions even when they are not physically present at the restaurant. Restaurant owners have the flexibility to perform the following tasks:

Printer integration

Printer Integration is an important feature of the Point of Sale system that allows communication between the POS software and various printers of restaurants. To test this feature, download the Foodship Android/iOS app and check the connectivity with your existing printer.

Role and Permission

A significant feature of restaurant Point of Sale (POS) systems is the role-based access control (RBAC). The main importance of role-based access control is to allow distinct levels of access control to staff members according to their roles and duties. For instance, the manager has access to reports, employee scheduling, granting discounts, and modifying menus. Meanwhile, the cashier is limited to handling payments, processing orders, and voiding transactions. Similarly, waiters can solely oversee their shift timings. This feature offers the benefits of enhanced security and systematic operations in the restaurant.

Bill Splits

The Foodship Point of Sale (POS) system offers an advantageous feature of bill-splitting for restaurants. This feature holds great importance as it allows easy and hassle-free bill settlement process for the restaurant but also ensures a smooth checkout experience for customers. This enhancement benefits both the efficiency of the restaurant system and customer satisfaction.

The bill-splitting feature can be achieved in three different ways:

Run POS on multiple screens

During peak hours, restaurants can expedite the order-taking process by deploying multiple point-of-sale (POS) systems on different devices. This helps restaurant staff simultaneously take and process various orders on separate devices, all at the same time. This aids restaurants in staying organized and achieving greater efficiency during busy hours. The significance of the multiple-screen feature is evident for restaurants that offer delivery, takeout, and dine-in services. Different orders can be received and processed on separate screens, with the assurance that orders are handled accurately and promptly.