Table Manager

Main Screen 

Control Panel

Select 'Tools' icon
to enter the Control Panel

Select the 'Table Manager' icon
to enter the Table Manager Area



Table Manager Area


You will most likely want to utilize this module if your business is in the restaurant sector and require the use of a table manager. There are 4 tabs of configuration in this module. The Tables tabs will show a list of tables set-up in the system as illustrated by the below screen capture:

Tab 1(Tables)

Tab 2(Regions)

Default : Mark if a destination is to be used as the default value.

Destination: Set the destination code here, which will can used as the parameter for the function "Set Destination".

Prefix: Shown in the register screen as the prefix / purpose of the this order destination.

Tax: You can configure different tax to be applied base on the order destination.

Price Level: You can configure different price level based on the order destination.

Add button: Press this to add a new destination.

Modify / Save button: Press this to save the modification on an existing order destination.

Delete: Press this button to delete and existing order destination.

Set as Default Button: Press the Set as Default button to mark a destination as default. Please note that a destination must be selected first for this button to appear on the screen.

Region Name: You can set different regions

Floor Plan Image: Display current region's background picture (this function is currently not

Add:Can add your own defined Region

Modify/Save:Save the change you made on the region

Delete:Delete the region

  • When the machine is used in a networked environment for the table management module,and the table service host is not set to "localhost", the system will prevent Add, Modify and Delete function.



Tab 3(Table Status)

Tab 4a(Options 1)

This screen enable you to set different status for a table such as “Reserved”, “Cleaning”, “Closed” etc.

Name: Define Table Status such as Reserved or Cleaning

Duration: Can set the time the table will remain in a particular status, for example you may set 5-10 minutes for cleaning status.

No Operation Allowed: If you enable this option, you can prevent the table to be operated at all, when it is in this particular status.

Add: Used to add new Status

Modify/Save: Save Modified Information

Delete: Delete the status

  • In a networked synchronized environment, and the terminal is not the master, e.g. table host server is not localhost, the system will now allow you to add, modify or delete of status.

This screen allows you to set the parameters related to table management. There are 5 sub screens in this configuration page.

Begin each order with table selection: If this option is enabled, the "table management screen" will be the main screen in the POS front end.

Automatically generate check number: If this option is enabled, the check number will be automatically generated by the system.

Stay down selected action: If this setting is enabled, in the main table operation page, will remain selected, rather then go back to default table selection after each operation.

Require Number of  customers and Table Number when storing an order: If this option is enabled, number of customer and table number must be entered before an order can be completed and finalised.

Treat a table as available if seats are available: TBA

Require entry of Number of Guests when opening a new table: If this option is enabled, number of guests must be entered when opening a new table.



Tab 4b(Options 2)

Tab 4c(Options 3)

Default Region: Can select the default Region for the main “table management page” to display. If this option is not used, all the regions will be show by system default.The reason for selecting different region is that potentially and especially for large establishments, each terminal in a networked environment maybe serving different region specifically.

After order completion, automatically mark table status as: You can define after the order is complete in a table, the table status that table will automatically be in. e.g. cleaning, preparing and etc.

Update frequency (seconds): In a networked environment, you can set the refresh time, e.g the time period terminal will update table related information from the table services host in the network. The shortest synchronization period for table services is 15 seconds.

Time limit for the use of tables (minutes): Can set the maximum time of dining/eating period, and this information will be shown on the table management page on each table.

Reservation Reminders (minutes): Can set the system to provide a reminder at a time defined by you, prior to the table booking time.

Reservation Expirations (minutes): You can set the time period to keep a table, after the booking time is surpassed.

Maximum Check Number: You can set the maximum check number, which automatically recycles itself when the number is reached. This option provides another form of tracking orders and is typically used in establishment wanting to track order in a given period such as call out orders and etc.

  • In a clustered networked environment, if the terminal is not a master (e.g. in the synchronization setting, the table host is not set to localhost). This page will have an additional function button ”Clone Master” .

Activate Minimum Charge: This is the switch to apply minimum charge rule.

Apply minimum Charge On: You can use Final Amount or Original Amount to be used for
calculating minimum charge.

  • Final Amount: The amount after discounts, promotions and surcharges are included.
  • Original Amount:The original amount of product, excluding discounts, promotions and surcharges

Global Minimum Charge per table: You can set the default minimum table charge here.

Global Minimum Charge per guest: You can set the default minimum charge per guest here.

Record Minimum Charge Against: If minimum charge is enabled, you must define a product to be used for making up the minimum charge. The system will use it when finalising an order requiring the application of this PLU to satisfied the minimum charge rule.

Annotation for Overriding Minimum Charge: TBA

Auto recall order when only one order exists: When activated, if you select a table with only one order then that order will be automatically recalled to the Transaction Screen. (a useful feature to avoid mistakenly creating multiple checks on one table)

  • Minimum charge can be be defined at a global level as well as at an individual table level.
  • The minimum charge define at a table level will overwrite the globally defined minimum charge.
  • If both minimum charge per table and per customer are set, the higher amount of the two will be used as the minimum charge.
  • In a clustered networked environment, if the terminal is not a master (e.g. in the synchronization setting, the table host is not set to localhost). This page will have an additional function button "Clone Master".



Tab 4d(Options 4)

Tab 4e(Print Check)