Point of Sale Systems

The best point of sale systems are affordable and easy to use, and do more than just process sales and accept payments, as they include time-saving features that help you analyze your sales data and manage your inventory, staff and customers. The best systems also include or have integrations for email marketing, loyalty programs, and other capabilities that make it easier to run and grow your business.

Crucial POS Hardware

Register screen Standard monitor that displays the product database. Enables other functions, such as employee clock-in and viewing sales reports. Tablets—especially iPads—are popular for replacing bulkier monitors.
Barcode scanner Automates the checkout process. Scanning barcodes pulls product info and adds it to the checkout total. Barcodes, when scanned, may also integrate with inventory management systems to automatically adjust stock levels.
Credit card reader Secure and EMV-compliant credit card readers are extremely important for retailers since the EMV payment standard went live in 2015, and non-compliant retailers face potentially huge losses on account of fraud liability.
Receipt printer Email and text receipts are gaining popularity, but paper receipts are still important for providing customers with a quick snapshot of their purchase. You can print employee sales totals, hours and other information.
Cash drawer It may fade away in the years to come, but cash is still king. And as long as it is, you need a secure place to store cash for transactions. Additionally, there are no credit card fees tied to accepting cash.

Retailers benefit greatly from the automation and organization POS hardware and software systems provide. However, it’s also important to understand how these components work together to help you overcome certain pain points.

Plannettech provides completely free installation and training of staff on the use of point of sale systems

  • Aclas KRA Devices

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    Since 2000, Aclas has been pursuing the goal to become the leading manufacturer who can provide one-stop shopping experience, and now their product portfolio covers almost all the commercial devices categories including cash registers, touch screen POS, electronic scales, printers, barcode scanners, peripherals and wireless restaurant solutions which are used in retailing and catering industries. Moreover we are the No.1 fiscal ECR exporter in China, and our label printing scales have taken a considerable market share all over the world. Owing to their flawless record in providing durable and tamper proof devices, Aclas is the official partner of revenue authorities all over the world. Plannettech is authorized to sell, install and maintain Aclas fiscal devices in kenya.
  • Bar code scanners hand held & Table Top

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    bar code scanner  (or bar code reader) is an electronic device that can read and output printed barcodes to a computer. Like a flatbed scanner, it consists of a light source, a lens and a light sensor translating optical impulses into electrical ones. Additionally, nearly all barcode readers contain decoder circuitry analyzing the bar code's image data provided by the sensor and sending the barcode's content to the scanner's output port. Popular types

    Laser scanners

    Laser scanners work the same way as pen type readers except that they use a laser beam as the light source and typically employ either a reciprocating mirror or a rotating prism to scan the laser beam back and forth across the bar code. As with the pen type reader, a photo-diode is used to measure the intensity of the light reflected back from the bar code. In both pen readers and laser scanners, the light emitted by the reader is rapidly varied in brightness with a data pattern and the photo-diode receive circuitry is designed to detect only signals with the same modulated pattern.

    CCD readers (also known as LED scanners)

    CCD readers use an array of hundreds of tiny light sensors lined up in a row in the head of the reader. Each sensor measures the intensity of the light immediately in front of it. Each individual light sensor in the CCD reader is extremely small and because there are hundreds of sensors lined up in a row, a voltage pattern identical to the pattern in a bar code is generated in the reader by sequentially measuring the voltages across each sensor in the row. The important difference between a CCD reader and a pen or laser scanner is that the CCD reader is measuring emitted ambient light from the bar code whereas pen or laser scanners are measuring reflected light of a specific frequency originating from the scanner itself.

    Camera-based readers

    Two-dimensional imaging scanners are a newer type of bar code reader. They use a camera and image processing techniques to decode the bar code.
  • Card Printers

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    Identification made easy

    Take the guesswork out of knowing who belongs in your organization with Our wide array of card printers. They contain a completely integrated ID card system conveniently packaged all in one box, 123 Easy ID makes it cost-effective for you to issue ID cards in three easy steps. With the 123 Easy ID, smaller organizations can implement ID security at a price that"s within reach. Everything you need to create high quality color photo ID cards is included in the 123 Easy ID printer, software, camera, cards and supplies. Simply open the box, install the software contained on a single CD, and you"re ready to create ID cards in a matter of minutes.

    Get free installation and staff training only from plannettech.
  • Card Readers

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    card reader is a data input device that reads data from a card-shaped storage medium. The first were punched card readers, which read the paper or cardboard punched cards that were used during the first several decades of the computer industry to store information and programs for computer systems. Modern card readers are electronic devices that can read plastic cards embedded with either a barcodemagnetic stripcomputer chip or another storage medium. A memory card reader is a device used for communication with a smart card or a memory card. A magnetic card reader is a device used to read magnetic stripe cards, such as credit cards.[1] A business card reader is a device used to scan and electronically save printed business cards.
  • Cash drawers

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  • Customer display poles

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    Customer display poles, available as pole or desktop models, can deliver price information and advertising to a customer at the point of sale. Customer displays may contain either multi-line fluorescent or LCD displays that connect to your system through a USB, Serial, or Parallel connection. Make it easy for your customers to follow each transaction with the right customer display.
  • ETR (Electronic Tax Register)

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    KRA Approved Electronic Tax Registers. Our KRA ETR machines are easy to install. Once purchase is confirmed, you will be requested for a scanned copy of your KRA tax pin with VAT Obligation for your device to be properly activated with your company details. Currently, ACLAS and Mercury are the bestselling brands of ETR’s in Kenya. They have been in the Kenyan market for over 6 years now and have both consistently received impressive reviews and feedbacks from customers. The printing quality of our ETR machines is extremely good and last long without fading. They also have long lasting internal batteries that can print up to 600 receipts before recharge. It has a small size hence can be used in the field, used with a cash drawer, programmed to be used by many different clerks. Aclas ETR Machine works as a calculator, operating arithmetic on the keypad directly. It is programmed to deduct catering and service charge hence suitable in hotels and restaurants. Aclas ETR Machine automatically correct errors in case of a mistake. Duplicate functionality of the ETR’S allows one to be able to reprint an earlier receipt in case it gets lost. Our ETR Machines meets all requirements by Kenya Revenue Authority hence are KRA approved.
  • Label printers

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  • Optical fingerprint reader

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    Fingerprint scanners use different types of sensors to create digital images of the minutiae. Some commercially used sensors include optical, capacitance and ultrasonic. The technology used by them to capture the digital image varies and each one has its own share of merits & demerits. From all the sensors mentioned above, optical sensors’ technology is the most developed and thus is used widely in the fingerprint readers worldwide. Most of the fingerprint scanners distributed by us for bio-metric identification use optical sensor technology to achieve the best results. As the name suggests, an optical fingerprint reader makes use of visible light (photons) to create multiple fingerprint patterns (minutiae).
  • Point of sale Machines

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    The best POS machines are affordable and easy to use, and do more than just process sales and accept payments, as they include time-saving features that help you analyze your sales data and manage your inventory, staff and customers. The best systems also include or have integrations for email marketing, loyalty programs, and other capabilities that make it easier to run and grow your business.
    Crucial POS Hardware
    Register screen Standard monitor that displays the product database. Enables other functions, such as employee clock-in and viewing sales reports. Tablets—especially iPads—are popular for replacing bulkier monitors.
    Barcode scanner Automates the checkout process. Scanning barcodes pulls product info and adds it to the checkout total. Barcodes, when scanned, may also integrate with inventory management systems to automatically adjust stock levels.
    Credit card reader Secure and EMV-compliant credit card readers are extremely important for retailers since the EMV payment standard went live in 2015, and non-compliant retailers face potentially huge losses on account of fraud liability.
    Receipt printer Email and text receipts are gaining popularity, but paper receipts are still important for providing customers with a quick snapshot of their purchase. You can print employee sales totals, hours and other information.
    Cash drawer It may fade away in the years to come, but cash is still king. And as long as it is, you need a secure place to store cash for transactions. Additionally, there are no credit card fees tied to accepting cash.
    Retailers benefit greatly from the automation and organization POS hardware and software systems provide. However, it’s also important to understand how these components work together to help you overcome certain pain points. Plannettech provides completely free installation and training of staff on the use of POS Machines.
  • Pos Peripherals

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  • POS receipt printer

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    There are many benefits to having a receipt printer in your Restaurant, Retail, Grocery, or Hotel. Receipt Printers offer you the ability to market directly to your customer and keep them coming back with promotions. Whether you need a desktop, mobile, or kiosk based printer, we have a model to meet the demands of any business. We also carry receipt printers that are compatible with your Apple or Android devices.
  • Table top scanners

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