Lemon POS

  • Version

    0.9.2
  • Date Added
    (to site)

    September 30th, 2010
  • Author

    Miguel Chávez Gamboa
  • License

    GNU General Public License (GPL) (?)
  • Description

    Lemon POS is an open source Point of Sale software targeted for micro, small and medium businesses. MySQL is employed for data management and storage, and can be used a single database with many POS terminals on a network. Being Linux or any other unix the target operating system, your information is safer against virus attacks, and lowers the costs in licenses.

    Lemon POS includes the following features:

    - Openess. All information is yours, explore what you have and use.
    - Runs on MySQL.
    - Safer environment. No viruses around your valueable data.
    - Role based permisions, important user’s actions logged.
    - Multiple terminals. A single database.
    - Sales suspension. Take another sale and resume later.
    - Sell custom products. Take “special orders”.

  • Platforms Supported

    Linux
  • Website

Lemon POS

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