When a restaurant computerizes
operations, it stands to gain some very
important benefits. Orders are tracked, check
totals are always correct, people work together
better than before and waste is eliminated or
reduced. Unfortunately, most of the POS systems
on the market cost between $15,000 and $40,000
depending on the number of terminals. At that
price, computerization may not seem like a good
use of working capital.
FreePOS is a software package designed for
Microsoft Windows XP, Vista & Windows-7. It runs on almost any modern
computer and it is downloadable from this
website at NO COST. It has a huge feature set
that rivals packages like Micros, Digital
Dining, Positouch, Silverware, Aloha, Restaurant
other market leaders. FreePOS does the same
thing... and it doesn't cost a dime until your
business is ready to grow beyond two terminals
and a back office machine. When you register as
a FreePOS end user, you'll get over 50 extra features and only pay
a one time fee of $99.95 per terminal.
Thousands of servers
who work in restaurants use FreePOS every day!
Will FreePOS Work
Well For You?
The Economy & FreePOS
Read about our customer statistics before
opening your restaurant. The economy isn't
what it used to be.
FreePOS And Windows 8 & 8.1
Registered users of FreePOS may contact us for
updated files which support Windows 8.x
The updates also feature 32 bit and 64 bit
compatibility and support for up to ten times as
much RAM as in previous editions.
Ask for the update via email M-F during normal
FreePOS Online Ordering
FreePOS now has an API that allows orders to
be processed over the internet from select
online ordering services. By simply
creating an ASCII text file, orders can be
automatically imported and printed by the FreePOS system. Please call or email
for more information.
How To Get A 3 Station POS For
Under $2,000 And Never Pay A Monthly Fee!?!?!
Believe it or not, it is possible - but you have
to do some work to save this kind of money.
Click here to see how.
FreePOS School -
Distance Learning Is Coming To A Computer Near
a fun filled visit to our next FreePOS Training
Learn more by clicking here.
2017 - The Year Of
The Menu Board
Digital menu boards
are likely to be added to the FreePOS arsenal of
features when version 7.20 is released.
Use one or more TVs to make your restaurant the
FreePOS V7.2 -
FreePOS Version 7.20
is launching very soon and has a bunch of new
features. As usual registered users pay
nothing to upgrade. Check back
Summer/2017 when it is released!
Is Easiest When You Use FreePOS's Standalone CC
FreePOS has a mode that allows you to use one or more
standalone card processing machines so that you
are not forced to use a particular processor.
This feature can save you thousands of dollars
each year by letting you shop for a processor
that you trust.
FreePOS V7.00 - Update Ready
Version 7 is now
available to registered users at no cost.
Simply email us at:
and request the
download link (M-F 9a-5p EST). Neat
features are (1) improved speed, (2) Windows 10
compatibility, (3) the ability to rebrand the
software and (4) a monster 600+ page manual that
explains a ton of stuff that resides under the
hood of FreePOS.
What Is The
Future Of Payment Processing?
now, there is a technology war going on between
payment technologies. At play are traditional
magnetic credit cards, smart cards, PIN pad
scanners, encryption methods as well as smart phone payment solutions.
Who will win the war? That's hard to
say, but interchange rates (the cost structures
that determine a merchant's discount rate) are
likely to be expanded to include emerging
payment methods as early as late this year.
You can bet that the new methods are going to be
a large revenue center for bank card issuers and
processors if history has taught us anything.
When Should You
Your Technology Dollars?
Spending lots of money on new hardware that may
or may not be obsolete in a year is probably a bad
idea. Instead, we recommend waiting for a clear winner in
the payment technology war.
meantime, we strongly recommend merchants use one or more
standalone credit card machines to avoid
potential PCI fines & liability. In
2014, PCI Compliancy rules began mandating
minimum hardware and operating system levels
(i.e. XP is no longer PCI compliant). Many POS
companies have used these mandates as a sales
tool to force their user bases to repurchase
large portions of their POS computers. Many POS
companies do not support card processing as an
ala carte offering. In contrast, FreePOS
has a "standalone" mode that allows you to
offload card processing with just a couple
clicks. This allows you to keep
legacy operating systems & hardware until
YOU (not your bank) decide the time is right for
an upgrade. e-Mail us for details and
the new V7 update to FreePOS (it's free to registered
Integrated Inventory Control With I-Pro
FreePOS V6.55 and above have a built in module that links
sales to I-Pro. Click the image
below to visit our friends at FoodSoftware.com
FreePOS Integrates With Whozz Calling?
If you ever wished your computer could answer
the phone and tell you who is calling before you
even spoke a word, you'll love Whozz Calling...
now compatible with FreePOS!