Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
I am considering purchasing the Casio TE-2200. However I am not sure if it will do what I need it for.
I would like to save the daily reports from the cash register to a memory card, to which then I can import it to a PC and tally up the total over 30/60 days or even 6 months.
I called Casio Canada, and they referred me to a dealer who didn't really know the answer, he said it will do it for 1 day for sure. I figured what use is that especially if it has a compact flash (CF) drive.
So, if anyone has experience with this machine for this purpose, your help would be much appreciated.
Perhaps someone would recommend me a machine (with raised key buttons) that does this, that would be welcomed too.
Unless someone has written some new software for it, then no. It cannot do it. That is not what the CF card is used for (it is used for program backups and in some cases, streaming the electronic journal). Cash registers generally do not have direct report software interfacing like you are suggesting. I have looked into it with a few brands and none can do it seamlessly. What you are asking is usually always incorporated in software POS machines, as it is a serious function which requires a data base that is compatible with the reporting software.
So, if you want it to work 100 percent with not much mucking around, then invest in a PC POS machine, not a cash register. You can get raised keyboards for them, so that's not a worry. The drawback is price, as they are the most powerful type of checkout system. You will need to spend a few thousand on one. As I said, the cash registers are catching up, so one may be able to do it properly now. In NZ where I am, we have one of the first online reporting systems available where your register uploads data to the net, and you can log in anywhere and see all the reports generated online:
This is the way Casio and Samsung are going in NZ rather than linking to software, and it is becoming very popular. You might want to see if it is available where you are.
Keep trying the different suppliers to see if any brands of register can do it, and get a demonstration before you buy.
Hope this helps
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