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Restaurant POS (DB: either MS Access or SQL Sever)

Posted on 2007-04-10
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Can someone recommend a restaurant POS that I can check that has full functionality, with database either MS Access or SQL Server and has euro conversion? Price is not a matter. thanks
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No experience of it myself but http://www.top-shareware.net/restaurology_restaurant_point_of_sale.html is shareware so you can 'try before you buy'
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP) earned 500 total points
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Please see the product:

http://www.databasecreations.com/prod_pos.htm

I have no affiliation with this site

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The company I used to work for recently purchased a system developed by a company called Open Systems. It was SQL BE / MS Accedd FE and it worked great.

Here is a link for their POS info:

http://www.osas.com/content.asp?ID=5GEL14FI1C&AID=M2ELB1MVFQ&
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