For every 20 seats, add one more point of sale.
How this example works
Orders taken at the counter or table are sent to your router via wifi and over cables to your printers.
Dockets are split by category. Food prints in the kitchen, drinks at the bar or wherever you need.
Payment totals are automatically sent to your integrated payment device for error free processing.
Store in the cloud
Every detail of your orders is stored in the cloud - accessible from wherever, whenever.
Example hardware used
3 Ethernet printers
1 Cash drawer
1 Payment terminal
Costs around $2,100 AUD
or about 15% of what a similar legacy setup might cost
Helpful hardware tips
Ethernet printers must connect via cable to your network router or through a data point.
Can’t plug your printer into your network via cable? If you’re on iOS, use a buetooth printer instead. Note, bluetooth printers can only pair to one device.
Avoid printers labeled “Wireless.” They’re unreliable, slow and often lose dockets.
The quicker your internet and the newer your hardware is, the faster your point of sale will be.
If you use Kounta with Windows or Albert, you’ll need an intelligent printer.
Compatible smartphones, tablets and iPod Touches all work great as a roaming point of sale.