This tutorial is deprecated
This tutorial is deprecated for NexoPOS 2.6.0. Please Read this instead : How to proceed sale on NexoPOS (Chekout V2)
Proceed a sale, is the first step to make incomes using NexoPOS.
We use :
in order to define the action of selling shop items using NexoPOS.
We use :
- Customer Order
- Customer Purchase
- Customer Command
in order to define a proof of a purchase made by a customer.
To proceed a sale, unroll the "checkout" menu, then click on "Create a new order".
The order screen (or checkout screen) can be splitted in several parts.
We're about to explain each highlighted section using the defined number on it.
This is the first section located at the left side of the screen. This box has :
- a drop menu to select a customer (If not selected, default customer will be used instead)
- a button to create a new customer
- a drop menu to select payment means
- a field to specify the perceived amount (generally it's the place where the cashier set the amount received from the customer).
- a field to set express discount.
This is second part of the checkout screen located at the middle of screen (on computer). Before scanning the barcode generated by nexoPOS, and available on item tags list, you should first place the cursor on the field "Item Code". NexoPOS will then search a product using the numeric code provided by the barcode scanner.
You can also input directly the shop items code on this input field. The item code is available on item tags. Then click on the "Add button" to add the shop item on the cart.
Shop item list
You can directly display all the shop items available. Click on the "Display List" button, and then a new box will appear with items list as a grid.
This section let you see directly :
- items (with thumbnail)
- the price (or the scheduled promo price)
- the "Add" button (to add button to the cart)
- the "Details" button (to access item details)
To close the list, click on "Hide the list" button.
Every shop items added from the barcode section and from the shop item list, goes to the cart.
The cart is a table which hold the shop items for the customer purchase.
This table also have some controls such as :
- the "remove" button (to reduce item quantity)
- the "add" button (to increase item quantity)
A particular look should be taken to this table. With this table, you'll be able to see exactly which item has been added to the cart, the quantity, the unit price (or the scheduled promo price), the total price.
This section has every details about the current purchase. It will be different whether the VAT is enabled or not.
Up there, it's the cart details when VAT is disabled. We can see in this table :
- Total price
- Perceived Amount
- Remain (the amount to repay)
- The "Pay" button
- The "Back" button
Up here is the cart details when VAT is enabled. We can see in this table :
- The total excludint VAT
- The discount
- The VAT value
- The Total with VAT included
- The perceived sum
- The "remain" amount to repay
When you click on "Pay", a confirm box appears with the current cart details. If everything seems good, confirm the sale.