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Deli Tills

Key questions to consider-

Does my deli till need an individual preset button for each product that I sell? Having an individual preset button for each product you sell has several advantages. Firstly, it massively speeds up the time taken to process sales - staff don't have to remember all the prices in their heads and then type each price into the till, there is less likelyhood of a mistake being made.

How many products (and therefore product buttons) does my deli till need to have? Deli tills vary in the number of preset product buttons they can offer, the best till for product buttons would be the SPS 2200 Touch Screen. If you don't wish to go down the touch screen till route then the next best deli till is the Sam4s 940 which has a flat keybaord and 110 presets. 

Does my deli till need to the ability to issue a receipt with the deli details on the header message? Very basic cash registers are limited in the information provided on the receipt. At the very least we recommend ordering a deli till, which can have your deli name on the receipt header - the receipt can then be switched off and issued at customer request.

Does my deli till need the cashier interrupt function? Cashier interrupt is a popular feature for a busy deli, which is often overlooked when purchasing a cheap model in the cash & carry. Cashier interrupt allows more than one operator to have an open sale on the cash register at any one time.

Do I need an audit roll? An audit roll is a useful function, as it records every single transaction (including 'No Sales', 'Voids', Refunds' etc.)

Do I require a deli till with the table tracking functionality? If you need the table tracking functionality where a customer can open an order for their table and pay one bill once they have finnished their meals.

Can I add a kitchen printer to my deli till system? If you do food it might be useful to have a kitchen printer so that food orders are printed directly into the kitchen - rather than the order been taken on a note pad then passed to the kitchen.

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