Yes. Our restaurant point of sale software is compatible with just a Mouse, Keyboard and regular CRT Monitor.
We recommend the FEC 80T Printer serial Interfaced thermal receipt printer. FEC 80T printers are fast and quiet, and are recommended for busy restaurant software environments. We suggest the serial Interface models, which are easier to setup and maintain. Gladius POS restaurant software also supports parallel printers. (Currently our software will work with almost all brands of Epson emulation printers.)
For kitchen & bar printing, we recommend any of the following printers: FEC 80T Ethernet interface. We recommend the Ethernet Interface models, which are easier to setup and maintain. For the kitchen, we suggest to add a melody box so on each order a tone plays for the kitchen staff to hear, a special kitchen thermal paper roll is available as well so it won’t “smudge” as easily with greasy fingers.
The Gladius Smart POS Terminal has been certified to run with our restauran point of sale software. Almost any all-in-one system that meets our recommended hardware configuration will work with our POS restaurant software. Not sure? Give us a call.
We recommend that each POS hardware computer have a minimum 1Gb RAM, 800 MHz or higher CPU, have 1 parallel port, 2-3 serial ports, 1 PS/2 port, 2 USB ports, 32 GB hard drive.
Gladius restaurant point of sale software does not need a dedicated File Server or an expensive File Server operating system such as Windows 2000 Server. You can install your database on one of your POS computers to save on expenses. However, for installations of three or more computers, we recommend that you use a dedicated computer to host the database.
Gladius restaurant POS software runs under Windows POS ready 2009, Windows 7, Windows 2000, and Windows XP. For maximum reliability, we suggest using Windows POS Ready.