Invoices are a great tool that enable you to create an order that doesn't need to be paid in full right away. With Invoices, you can accept deposits and accept full payment at a later date. But, first, the functionality must be enabled. Let’s walk through how to do that.
Did you know that it’s more difficult to attract new customers than it is keep existing ones? Why not make it easier to attract new patrons by selling gift cards? In this video, we’ll talk you through how to set up gifts cards in Revel, so you can start selling them right away!
Once you’ve created invoices on the POS, you can view all details through the Invoice report in the management console.
If you have a multi-establishment business, with Revel, you can easily process returns at any location, regardless of where the original transaction occurred. This is called “store to store returns”. Let’s walk through the process of setting this up.
After you’ve setup your loyalty program and the associated loyalty discounts you’re ready to start issuing rewards accounts that allow your customers to accrue and redeem points.
An overview of Revel's upcoming 2.31 release.
After you’ve setup your loyalty program and configured how your customers can earn points, you can create loyalty discounts which allows them to redeem rewards. If you haven’t set this up yet, make sure to watch the Setting Up a Loyalty Program video first. Then come back to this video to learn the next steps in setting up your program.
With Revel, you can use barcodes on stock units to help manage the different sizes of your items. Stock unit barcodes are optional, but if you do choose to use them, make sure they are unique against all other barcodes, even product barcodes. Let’s learn how to set barcodes up for your restaurant or quick service business.
While the the End of Day process is a great tool to close out an entire business day, the End of Shift process is used to reconcile a till for just one employee at the end of their shift. Let’s explore the End of Shift Process.