uniCenta oPOS is a branch of Openbravo POS point-of-sale and is capable of running on displays from 800x600 upwards. Most known Openbravo POS bugs have been fixed and enhancements to hardware options, additional reporting and localization.
Able to run single terminal or multi-location, multi-terminal on a range of proven commercial grade databases such as MySQL, HSQL, PostgreSQL and Oracle.
Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; WePOS; Linux; Mac OSX
Java POS; ESCPos; OPOS;
Retail and Restaurant sales screens
Bar; Cafe; Leisure; Restaurant; Retailer; Supermarket; General Store; Other
800x600 screen resolution upwards - ideal for Pad type devices
Customizable Screen, Ticket and Receipt layouts
Mobile POS / Mobile Point Of Sale
Customers; Products; Inventory and Multi-Locations
Apache Derby; MySQL; HSQLDB; PostgreSQL; Oracle databases
Connect and Use existing Openbravo POS databases
Multiple Printers + Supports Kitchen Display monitors
Barcode scanner; Weighing Scales; Mag Card; Customer Display
User Power Scripting language
Multi-Language - English; Spanish; German; French; Dutch; more...
User and Role i.e.; Admin; Manager; Clerk; Guest Security
Its fast and powerfull, not only does it looks good but it does a better job than other POS on the market that you pay for with your shirt.
Looks great, works great.
Dont know yet, everything is working strong and fast.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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