Point of sale Mcallen


Complete point of sale system for retail or hospitality.

Complete point of sale system for retail or hospitality.


Our computerized restaurant and retail point of sale (POS) systems offer significant advantages over conventional cash registers.  By combining POS computerized cash registers with bar code scanners, inventory control software and wireless handheld inventory tracking devices, you can measurably increase control of your business while cutting costs and increasing profits.



Direct Store Delivery (DSD) with SMS



Few elements of retail operation affect a store more than DSD methodology. Consider research conducted by Neilson. DSD items comprise almost one quarter of all unit sales, while these same items deliver over half of retail profit dollars in grocery. DSD processes and procedures are a cornerstone for profitability in grocery. […]

ASTERIX ST-EP4 Thermal Receipt Printer

The ST-EP4 is a fast thermal printer that offers an outstanding value and reliability for the retail and hospitality environments. It is built with a world-class print mechanism to meet the high-volume printing applications, and has an MCBF of 60 million lines and an autocutter life of 1.5 million cuts. When implemented with the StealthTouch All-in-one, the ST-EP4 offers our customers an unmatched bundle value.


Future POS for Restaurants and Bar Festival McAllen point of sale

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week LogoIn an effort to support the local restaurant community, Future POS, Inc. is sponsoring the Winter 2013 Pittsburgh Restaurant Week, to be held January 14-20, 2013. With over 50 participating restaurants, the week-long event offers Pittsburgh-area diners the chance to experience the best bites in the burgh.

After sponsoring the Summer 2012 Pittsburgh Restaurant Week, Future POS, Inc. has decided to continue its involvement by once again contributing to the festivities, and the winter celebration promises to help diners ring in 2013 with some delicious dishes. The theme was deemed “New Dishes for the New Year” in response to an online poll conducted on the Pittsburgh Restaurant Week website, which revealed that over 55% of restaurant week diners plan to visit a new restaurant in Pittsburgh. […]