REX is a complete point-of-sale (POS) retailing system that incorporates cashiering, invoicing and inventory management modules. Save time, reduce theft, speed-up checkout, increase accuracy, reduce cost and make better business decisions by using the REX/Receipt eXpress System V1.01 in your retail store.


1. Cashiering functions

a. Cash transactions
b. Cheque transactions using;

i. Affiliated companies
ii. Affiliated banks
iii. Company account

c. Cash and cheque transaction
d. Credit card transactions using;

i. Affiliated credit cards

e. Membership privileges

i. Employee discount cards
ii. Loyalty cards

f. Cash receipts and drawers using;

i. EPSON TMU receipt printers
ii. Ithaca150 Series receipt printer
iii. STAR receipt printers

g. Automatic transaction “recall” on emergency shutdown
h. Outright discounting (supervisory attended)

i. Volume discounting (supervisory attended)

j. Itemized (sectionalized) discounting
k. Item “Query” capability
l. Secured item returns (during transaction/un-checkout items)
m. Secured item refunds (after checkout)
n. Secured “Void” transaction capability (invalidating entire invoice)
o. Terminal/Cashiering personal locks
p. Secured cashbox functionality;

i. Maintains deposit amount
ii. Maintains withdrawn amount

q. Terminal XZ-Reading (based on standard retailing compliance)

2. Item tagging functions

a. SKU barcoding functionalities using;

i. Normal inkjet/deskjet printers
ii. GODEX barcode printer
iii. Prodigy Max/DATAMAX barcode printer

b. Incorporates item classifications

i. By item type
ii. By item brand
iii. By section
iv. By category
v. By sub-categories

c. SKU/Item segregations

i. By company items
ii. By concessions

d. SKU/Item allocations

i. Using regular items
ii. Using Lot items (for pharmaceuticals)
iii. Using Repacked items

e. Multi-pricing information
f. Multi-unit measure capability (3 levels)

3. Inventory management functions

a. Receiving module utilizing supplier accounts

i. Multi unit measure
ii. Per supplier invoice entry

b. Inter-office transfer module on warehouse forwarding
c. Inventory adjustments
d. Inventory minimum and maximum specifications
e. Inventory item on-hand viewer

i. On store display
ii. On warehouse (forward warehousing)

f. Inventory transaction auditing (on a per invoice basis)

i. Terminal/cashier
ii. Per invoice reference number
iii. Net sales amount and discount viewing

4. Reporting functions

a. Reporting options using;

i. Printer, or direct to printer
ii. Text file, or direct to assigned text filename (filename.TXT)

b. Product sales reporting using;

i. Selected item approach
ii. By item type report
iii. By item brand report
iv. By supplier items report

c. Sales receipt entry reporting using;

i. Detailed/itemized sales entry
ii. Summarized sales entry

d. Sales return journal
e. Sales transaction ranking report using;

i. By quantity ranking
ii. By amount ranking

f. Sales registry by hour reporting using;

i. Daily sales posting (including transaction count)
ii. Summarized sales posting (including transaction count)

g. Itemized sales reporting (by classifications) using;

i. Summarized by division, section, category reporting
ii. Summarized by supplier reporting
iii. Itemized by supplier reporting
iv. To-date inventory on-hand (by item section)

h. Cashiering terminal X-Reading using;

i. Summarized format
ii. Itemized/detailed format

i. Cashiering sales summary reporting

i. Cashier name
ii. Terminal number
iii. Total sales, discounts, returns
iv. Transaction classifications

1. cash transaction
2. credit card transaction
3. cheque transaction
4. company account

j. Cashiering/Terminal transaction counts using;

i. Entered cashiering description/assignments

k. Sales reporting by Supplier account using;

i. All supplier accounts
ii. Selected supplier account
iii. Sales by supplier items
iv. Summarized sales by supplier

l. Supplier item listing using;

i. Selected supplier account
ii. All supplier item report
iii. Inventory on-hand report (all supplier)
iv. Using item unit cost or selling price

m. Supplier receiving report using;

i. Consolidated receiving reports (from-to)
ii. Per supplier account
iii. Individual receiving report re-printing

n. Concession accounts reporting using;

i. By item section
ii. By item division and section
iii. By supplier account

o. Sales costing report using the following format;

i. Sorted by supplier account
ii. Quantity on-hand
iii. Selling price against unit costing
iv. Variance

p. Daily analysis supplier reporting using the following format;

i. Sorted by supplier account
ii. Supplier SKU
iii. Day-to-day sales by quantity

q. Item repacking form on received “repacked” items using;

i. Selected repacked items
ii. All received repacked items

r. Item transfer (inter-office transfers) reporting
s. Item adjustment reporting
t. Printing of customer accounts (on wholesale section)
u. Cashlift journal reporting using the following format;

i. By cashier reference
ii. By administrator username cashlift
iii. Formatted by terminal, username, time and cashlift amount

v. Activity log reporting using the following format;

i. Reference transaction date
ii. Username
iii. User description
iv. Time of transaction
v. Type of activity

5. Help facility function

a. STC Contents
b. Installation and initial setup
c. Inventory item tagging
d. Inventory receiving
e. Sales entry window
f. Activity logs
g. Ideal STC store configuration
h. Initial reporting

REX/Receipt eXpress System is BIR accredited point-of-sale (inventory/management) application and it is an exclusive design and developed by iNFO Dynamics Consulting.