Point of Sale

Always prompt for customer – When enabled, each time a user creates a POS order, the customer screen will automatically appear and a customer number must be selected before continuing. Otherwise a default ‘cash’ customer can be used.

Accumulate Items – If an item is added to a POS order more than once, the sell quantity is increased on the existing item, instead of adding as a separate line to the order.

Autocomplete inventory part number entry in POS (may affect performance) – If you type part numbers in Point of Sale entry, and enter enough characters so that only a single inventory item is identified, you can press the Enter key to select this item for the sale. If you scan barcodes in POS to select items, disabling this option may improve the speed in loading items, especially if you use cloud servers, due to how inventory items are retrieved from the database.

Home Page – An HTML location that displays a web page in the left hand pane of the POS. This is used for display ads to the screen.


Retain Order number on Copy and Credit in Sales History – When enabled, the order number from the copied invoice in Sales History will be used. If disabled, then it will be the next available order number.

Convert quotes to Sales Orders with next Order Number – Editing a Quote to become a Sales Order will change the Order No value from the Quote number to the next available sales order number. The Quote number is then saved in a separate Original Quote Number field that can be displayed on the Order List grid.

Sales Order Number

Allow users to set Sales Order number on new orders – Users can edit the Order number value in sales orders, as long as another order with this number doesn’t already exist in the Open Sales list.


Default Repeat – When creating a new Standing order, this selection will be the default value for the Repeat field. Choose from None, Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Yearly.

Penny Rounding

Enable penny rounding (round to nearest 5 cents) – This setting rounds cash payments for Sales and POS invoices to the nearest 5 cents.

Variance account – Select a Ledger account to where the difference between the required and rounded cash payments will be posted.

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