OpenBravo POS Bill of Materials

I am looking for an opensource programmer who can edit the source code of Openbravo POS to add some features we need for Restaurant purposes. I need this done within 3-4 days. We want the current features of OpenBravo POS retained with the following features added:

Bill of Materials (I would like to explain this more)

For Bill of Materials, which I see nothing of in OB POS, I want to be able to build products based on combinations

of products. I.E. A cheese and tomato sandwich is a product. I want to be able to add a slice of tomato, cheese

and two slices of bread to this product's contents. When it is selected it deducts those items from the stock

[url removed, login to view] then if slices of tomato and slices of bread are been deducted from the stock list, the program must

be able to be told how many slices in a whole item. I.E A create the product a Tomato Whole. This product has a

subproduct that it can be comprised of, I.E 5 slices of tomato. Slices of tomato is a subproduct of Tomato Whole

product. A Loaf of bread product has a slices of bread subproduct which amounts to 16 slices per loaf. I must be

able to enter in any product using this structure so that if I then create another product, as mentioned earlier,

cheese and tomato sandwich, which will consist of 1 x cheese slice, 2 x tomato slice, 2 x bread slice. When this

product is ordered it must deduct accordingly and if 16 slices of bread have been used then a whole loaf of broad

must be deducted from the stock list.

Products details to input must include VAT field for Cost price of product and qty of product in stock.

Reporting -

A live stock analysis. An option for low stock alarm and prohibition on low level stock. Reports must include full TAX

report of VAT IN and VAT OUT. Report for day end to add gross profit.

On Recieving goods a option for printing a reciept and a field to enter Supplier details and on Issiuing of goods, needs

reason for issiuing.

OpenBravo POS must be developed for Linux. We are using Ubuntu.

Guests no input when selecting a table. Split bill function. Settable period in which table displays customer visit (I.E Customer visit at 15 minutes makes table shade orange and at 30 minutes makes table shade red to indicate customer has been in store for a long time. Settable duration for this and selectable option to have this feature.

There may be more finer details that we have not forseen. We will need to clarify all above mentioned additions that we require.

Compétences : Java, Javascript, Linux, Architecture Logicielle, SQL

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5 freelance font une offre moyenne de R4571 pour ce travail


I understand your project description and can definitely customize openbravo for you.

5000 R ZAR en 3 jours
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I am developer and supporter Openbravo POS during five years. I can resolve your issues, but I need more 3 days for quality performance. You can see my time plan in PM.

5000 R ZAR en 14 jours
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Hi, I am very much interested in working on this project. Please check PMB for details. Thanks

5000 R ZAR en 7 jours
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Hello, I'm a Java developer. I worked with many POS software in C++ and Java. I can build a system that meets your needs. I work with responsibility and my work is guaranteed, providing you with revisions until you Plus

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Please let me know when we need to start the work for u . I am also on Skype add me as sankalpsaxena7

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