DineAmix Products

By: Dineamix  09-12-2011
Keywords: Restaurant, touch screen, Software Modules

DineAmix - Restaurant Touch Dining
DineAmix provides a comprehensive suite of software applications for the restaurant enterprise. You may choose any one of the following modules or combine them to form a custom order entry system for your restaurant. 
  • Fine Dine Table Service - On site dining.
  • Take Out - Walk in or call in off site dining.
  • Delivery - Call in delivery orders.
  • Fast Cash Counter Service - Quick order for on or off site dining.
Once you have chosen the desired touch screen order entry system, you are ready to customize the way each module functions. A custom setup program allows the restaurateur to modify the following software modules: 
  • Menu used with each module or station
  • System timing & security options
  • Working & printing languages
  • Table management
  • Display options
  • Payment options
  • Tip management
  • Receipt printing options
  • Preparation printing options
  • Auto report printing options
  • Specialty printer usage
To further modify the operations of the software modules, you may change employee permission levels which automatically alters the module operations on a server by
server basis. These options deal primarily with security questions. You may deny or allow access to over 30 security options including report access, price changes, etc.

Key Features

Tables: A system wide limit of 1000 tables are provided for any one company. There are no limits to the number of companies in use.  Each server can access up to 72 tables at a time. A table may be identified by numbers or by characters. Special names may be used to describe tables on a temporary basis such as customer names. Tables may also be grouped into sections and sections may be described by a sections setup. When sections are used, only those tables that were pre-defined by you are accessible. 

Guests: Each order can accommodate 20 guests at a time. A guest number can be changed to a five character name. Guests may be billed all at once showing guest sub-totals or billed individually from the same order. Also, guests may  be transferred to other tables or other servers. 

Patrons: Special patrons may be associated with an order. An infinite number of patrons may be created. Patrons are described by their name and address. You have the option of applying discount rates to them.

Orders: There is no limit to the number of open or closed orders processed in a day. Orders may be moved individually from one server to another or all at once. Orders may be updated by selecting them from the touch screen pick list or retrieved using the order number. 

Menu: You may create up to 99 menus per company. Each menu may be used for different software modules. Menus may also be assigned to a specific work station as is common at a bar location. Menus consist of menu headings and menu items. There are four  pages of menu items per level and you may define up to four levels of menu items. This approach allows the server to access an item out of over 84 million menu items in no more than four touches.  Menus may display 24 items per page at four pages per level, or 68 items per page at two pages per level. 

Menu Items: Menu items can be individually modified for tax rates, pricing, printing location, etc. Items can be grouped into 99 categories for consolidated reporting purposes. Items may also be turned on and off on any given day during any time period.  Menu items are displayed on the Information Pad area of the touch screen after being selected. Items may be immediately  increased or decreased in quantity. The price of an item may be changed and items may be  copied or moved to another guest or split between guests. Each item may carry up to 224 modifiers. Modifiers may alter item pricing or force quantities to be selected. 

Time Keeping: Each server's time is kept from the point of signing in to the system to the point of signing out of the system. A server may have up to three shifts during a working day. The working time of servers is recorded on a time card and their tips and wage are reported. 

Employees: There are no limits to the number of employees per company. Employees are defined using address and payroll data. Additional security options are available that limit the number of activities an employee can perform. 

Payments: Up to 99 payments may be defined. Payments include cash type, checks, on account, void, any number of credit cards, coupons, and discount transactions. All payments feature currency exchange. 

Many more important features are available. Please contact your Omen Systems representative to ask about details or to request more detailed literature. 

Keywords: Restaurant, Software Modules, touch screen