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VIEW POINT-OF-SALES REPORTS
VIEW POINT-OF-SALES CASH UP REPORT
  
The Point-of-Sales Cash Up Check Report is generated from generated in the POS Invoice Entry screen (Process - Reports) option or on the Reports Point-of-Sales menu option. This report may be generated at any time during a Point-of-Sales Shift or before you do the Cash Up or after a Cash Up has been done.

It is important that this cash up report be printed and retained before the Point-of-Sales Shift is closed, since the details on this report are no longer available after the shift is closed.

This report will display the System Totals generated by the Point-of-Sales Invoicing session and any totals entered in the Cash Up screen at the end of the Shift. Any variances between the System Totals and the Cashed Up (in the Drawer totals will be displayed, if any.

 

An example of this report after the Cash in the Drawer is entered in the Cash Up screen will display as follows:

System date and time. Name of the business. Name of the Report The quantities and amounts generated during the POS Shift. The quantities and amounts entered on the Cashup screen. Any differences between the System column and the Cashed up (In the Drawer) in the quantities and amounts. Any variances should be followed up. Name of the Salesperson or Cashier. The payments received for each Payment Method and the Float movement transactions (Paid Into Drawer and Out of the Drawer). The total quantities and amounts for the Cashier or Salesperson. The total quantities and amounts for each Payment Method and Float for all the Cashiers or Salespersons on this report.. The grand total of the quantities and amounts for this report.

The details of this report for each Cashier or Salesperson is displayed in 7 columns and is as follows:
  1. Payment Method - The available payments methods are listed on which payment are received and processed.

  2. System Qty - The quantity or number of credit card payments, cheques, vouchers and the float movement transactions processed. This is not applicable to cash payments processed. The float quantity is the number of Float Movement transactions (both Into the Drawer and Out of the Drawer) processed.

  3. System Amount - The accumulative amounts of the processed Payments received from Customers. In the case of the Float Movement transactions, the Float Into the Drawer totals is reduced with each Float - Out of the Drawer (Paid outs) transactions.

  4. Cashed up (In the Drawer) Qty - The quantity or number of credit card payments, cheques, vouchers and the float movement documents, etc. counted in the drawer and entered on the Cash Up screen. This is not applicable to cash. The float quantity is the number of Float Movement transactions (both Into the Drawer and Out of the Drawer) processed.

  5. Cashed up (In the Drawer) Amount - The counted total amounts of the processed Payments received from Customers entered on the Cash Up screen.

  6. Variance Quantity - No quantity should be displayed in this column. Any quantities may indicate that the quantities is possibly incorrectly entered on the Cash Up screen or may indicate that a physical cheque, credit card slip or voucher may possibly be miscounted or missing, etc.

  7. Variance Amount - No amount should be displayed in this column. Any amounts may indicate that the amounts is possibly incorrectly entered on the Cash Up screen or may indicate that the physical cash, cheques, credit card slips or vouchers may possibly be miscounted or missing, etc.

If you have not entered the quantities and the amounts on the Cash Up screen, no quantities and amounts will be displayed in the Cashed Up (In the Drawer) column and consequently no variances will be displayed if any.

Any discrepancies or variances on the Point-of-Sale Cash Up Report, may indicate the following:
  1. Incorrect amounts are entered in the POS Cash up screen.

  2. Actual shortages or surpluses.