Installed Floreant POS for university project on business intelligence last year, and was really impressed with how attractive and easy to use it was.
HOW FLOREANT PROJECT STARTED
Floreant started its journey in 2008 when Dennys Restaurant in Oneonta, NY hired our team for upgrading their database. In 2009 source code was released in public domain. In 2010 the software included Java POS support and shift-wise pricing, partial payment and kitchen printer. Right after that release(v1.02) it received huge appreciation. To handle increasing number of downloads we have to host binaries in download.com, zdnet and sf.net. Floreant POS is has been customized and adopted in famous chain stores including Louisiana Famous Fried Chicken, Parkway Pizza, Mini Delights, Monalisa Paraguay, Cinco E S.A.S and so on.
Floreant is one of the first known enterprise-grade restaurant POS released in public domain. It has stable growth in last six years and according to google statistics it’s the most used restaurant POS
Floreant has been shared in all download sites including CNET Download, ZDNet, and Sf.net. Only sf.net has more than 122,000 downloads with 200% growth in last two quarters.
We meet and exceed user expectation with regular releases, listing to their requirements and providing seamless free supports over discussion group. Every day we receive a huge number of appreciation notes and Getting full 5 stars in sf.net is rewarding
Thousands of Restaurants use our Open Source POS.
We have experimented with all the open source POS’s we could find and Floreant is by far the very best in terms of simplicity and functionality”
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- Ice Cream
- Fine Dine-Ins
- Pizza shops
- Moms & Pos
- Coffee Shops
- Light Retails
- Fast Food
- Food Trucks
- Candy shops
- Juice Bars
- Liquor Stores
These guys are outstanding. The software works great and they go the extra mile to ensure their customers are happy. I’ll continue to use Floreant POS as my restaurant grows.
We are a full service restaurant that does about 200 covers for dinner on weekends, and we’ve been using Floreant POS since 2010. It is a very robust and stable platform. We have experimented with all the open source POS’s we could find and Floreant is by far the very best in terms of simplicity and functionality.