Bar Night Club POS (Point Of Sale)


In fast-paced bars, bartenders should spend the majority of their time mixing drinks, not entering customer orders. Flashpoint™ helps reduce order time dramatically by adding a "dbl bump" price key, "rocks" price key, "fast bar" mode and customer tabs.

When using tabs, you can pre-authorize the customers credit card for a pre-defined amount before the tab is started, Once the tab reaches that amount, Flashpoint will re-authorize the card to be sure that the customer has enough funds to pay for the tab.

Other important features included in Flashpoint™ include happy hour pricing, item and video help, cocktail lookups, liquor system interface, game timers, and the ability to transfer a bar tab to a table.

Potential Configurations

  • Fast Bar Station for Each Bartender
  • Bar Printer Doubling as a Check Printer at Each Bar
  • Liquor and Draft Interface
  • Server Station
  • Handheld's for Servers on the Floor
  • Enterprise Management Solution

Built in features include:

  • The Bar Exchange
  • Liquor and Draft Interface
  • Customer Tabs
  • "Double" and "On the Rocks" Price Bump Keys
  • Happy Hour Pricing
  • Item Lookup / Help
  • Game Timers

Liquor and Draft Interface

Eliminate extensive tracking of bar items, reports etc., By using Flashpoint™ integrated liquor and draft interface. By taking a single report, you can balance your bar at any time in just seconds. Server Station / Handheld's.

Have your servers take orders from the station or have the order taken directly on the floor with the use of Flashpoint™ handheld solution.

The Bar Exchange

Looks just like the New York Stock exchange, create some excitement in your bar let The Bar Exchange create the pricing on your bar specials. This function allows you to create a "Ticker" for special bar functions. This is a fun feature that you can use to bring patrons in to your Bar. You can set the minimum price you want to sell a drink for as well as a maximum price and the system will randomly generate the pricing. By randomly generating the price instead of simply raising or lowering the price as items are sold, the customer will never know what is going to happen, it might go up or down. Using random price changes is also better for use on slower days, which is when it will be used the most.