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Updated on 12/22/2017
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Cash Register Operations

The operations that employees can perform on the cash register are defined by their rights.

Daily performance record and salary accounting do not depend on the duration of the transaction day. The transaction day opens when the first cash register shift opens, and closes when the last cash register shift (in a group of cash register shifts) is closed.

Printing kitchen tickets

If the corresponding settings have been made in iikoOffice, then a kitchen ticket will be also printed out at the order payment. It will include only those dishes that were not previously printed.

Rounding prices

The system can be configured to round prices to the smallest bills. For instance, you can specify rounding to the nearest 50 monetary units (amounts less than or equal to 25 are rounded down, amounts greater than 25 are rounded up to 50).

So, 123.45 will be rounded down to 100, and 125.10 will be rounded up to 150. Discounted (increased) prices will be rounded after the discounts/surcharges are accrued.

Attendance verification

If configured in iikoOffice, Attendance Verification steps are added to the till shift closing procedure. The manager will have to verify open attendances. Make sure that all employees with open attendances are still working. Close attendances of employees that have finished working. Enter the employees' working hours accepted for the payroll (by default attendances are accepted by actual hours). Also, verify the attendance report. This can be done with the outlet's setting Cash register shifts – Cash register shift closing setup – Personal shifts: Attendance verification.

The requirement to run Attendance verification can also be set for the opening of a cash register shift. For this use the outlet's setting Cash register shifts – Cash register shift opening setup – Check employee attendance.

The Force clock-out (F_KIS) right is required for attendance verification.

Locking of a cashier operation when a cash drawer is open

You can configure the locking of the cash register to increase the discipline of cashiers and train them to close the cash drawer after each operation. For security reasons, when a cashier has processed a guest's payment or made a deposit operation, they must immediately place the money in the cash drawer and close it. Only after that can the cashier proceed to the next operation. If a cashier takes the payment while the cash drawer is open, the Pay button will not be available. They will see the locking message on the calculation screen. To continue, the cashier will have to close the drawer.

If a manager has the special Open cash drawer right, they can swipe their card and continue to work with an open drawer. After closing the drawer or swiping the manager's card, the message window will be closed. Then the Pay button will become available and the cashier will be able to complete the payment operation, go to the table window, and proceed to the next order.

To configure this requirement in the fiscal cash register settings, use the Prohibit work if cash drawer is open parameter.

Fiscal cash register serial number control

During the cash register shift, iiko controls the serial number of the fiscal cash register and prohibits changing the fiscal cash register without closing the shift. Before any cash register operation, the system compares the current number of the fiscal cash register and the number used at the opening of the shift. In case of mismatch, the cashier screen will display a request to close the cash register shift, otherwise the cashier will not be able to print the bill.