End of Day (EOD) Functions

This section describes the following EOD functions:

End of Day (EOD)

End of Day (EOD) refers to the process of closing a business date for the site. The following occurs during the EOD process:

  • Drawer sessions are closed.

  • The credit card batch is settled.

  • New drawer sessions are opened.

While EOD is processing:

  • The Ordering application does not allow the user to execute any other operations or functions.

  • A dialog is displayed to notify the user of the status of the EOD process.

  • Any Suspended drawer sessions are automatically closed and all terminal data is synchronized.

When the EOD process is complete:

  • A toast notification is displayed to notify the user.

Seamless End of Day (EOD)

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Seamless EOD is an optional feature and may not be available.

Seamless EOD enables employees to enter customer orders and complete transactions while EOD is executed automatically in the background.

This feature is valuable in sites that are open 24 hours or in sites where the business date is advanced during business hours.

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Orders closed after EOD is complete are associated with the new drawer session.

Manually Start EOD

To start EOD manually:

  1. From the upper-left of the screen, select the hamburger icon hamburger_menu_icon to open the System Navigation menu.

  2. From the System Navigation menu, select Functions.

  3. From the Drawers column of the Functions screen, select End Day.

Process Payment EOD

To process Payment EOD:

  1. From the upper-left of the screen, select the hamburger icon hamburger_menu_icon to open the System Navigation menu.

  2. From the System Navigation menu, select Functions.

  3. From the Functions column of the Functions menu, select Payment EOD. Please wait while the EOD transaction is processed.

Settle a Credit Card Batch

The following describes how to send a credit card batch to the clearing house for settlement.

To settle a credit card batch:

  1. From the upper-left of the screen, select the hamburger icon hamburger_menu_icon to open the System Navigation menu.

  2. From the System Navigation menu, select Functions.

  3. From the Functions column of the Functions screen, select Settle Batch.

  4. When prompted to confirm the operation, select OK. A toast message is displayed to indicate the batch settled successfully.

Deposits

As part of the EOD process, a site manager has the ability to:

  • Add a deposit record that accounts for the revenue for the business date.

  • View a deposit record added by another site manager.

  • Update a deposit record added by another site manager.

  • Delete a deposit record.

Add a New Deposit

A deposit record is a collection of counted drawers and cash skim envelopes from a specific business date.

To open the Add Deposit Wizard:

  1. From the upper-left of the screen, select the hamburger icon hamburger_menu_icon to open the System Navigation menu.

  2. From the System Navigation menu, select Functions.

  3. From the Drawers column of the Functions screen, select Deposits.

  4. From the upper-right of the screen, select Add Deposit.

  5. Enter the deposit details:

    • From the upper-left of the screen, select the Business Date field to select the business date to associate with the deposit. A popup calendar opens providing the ability to select the date. The current business date is selected by default.

    • From the Counted Drawers column, select the counted drawers to include in the deposit.

    • From the Cash Pull column, select the cash pulls to include in the deposit.

    • From the Other Amounts column, select additional amounts to include in the deposit. To add an additional amount record to the list:

      • From the upper-right of the screen, select Add to open the Add Amount popup window.

      • In the Description field, type a description of the additional amount.

      • From the Payment Type dropdown menu, select the payment type associated with the additional amount.

      • Use the numeric keypad to enter the currency amount.

      • Select Add.

    • Select Next.

  6. Count the deposit:

    • Use the numeric keypad on the provided form to enter the quantity of each coin and bill that is included in the deposit. For example, if there are 17 quarters in the deposit, type 17 in the Quarters field.

      • From the lower-right, select Next Item Type to select the next field on the form.

      • In the Other field, type the currency amount in the drawer that is not coins or bills.

      • The Total field displays a running total of the currency amount.

    • From the upper-left of the screen, select Checks to add the currency amount in personal checks that is included in the deposit.

    • Select Next.

  7. From the Finalize Deposit screen, review the deposit details.

    • To make an adjustment, select Back.

    • (Optional) In the Comment field, type a comment to explain any discrepancies between the expected and the actual deposited amount.

  8. Select Finish to complete the deposit.

Edit a Deposit

Access an existing deposit record to determine its status and edit its details.

To edit a deposit:

  1. From the upper-left of the screen, select the hamburger icon hamburger_menu_icon to open the System Navigation menu.

  2. From the System Navigation menu, select Functions.

  3. From the Drawers column of the Functions screen, select Deposits.

  4. From the Deposits list, select the deposit to edit.

  5. From the lower-right of the screen, select Recount.

  6. When prompted to confirm replacing the existing counted amount, select Yes.

  7. Use the numeric keypad on the provided form to enter the quantity of each coin and bill in the deposit. For example, if there are 17 quarters in the deposit, type 17 in the Quarters field.

    • From the lower-right, select Next Item Type to select the next field on the form.

    • In the Other field, enter the currency amount in the drawer that is not coins or bills. For example, personal checks.

    • The Total field displays a running total of the currency amount.

  8. Select Next.

  9. Review the deposit details. To make an adjustment, select Back.

  10. Select Finish to complete the deposit.

Delete a Deposit

Delete a deposit to disassociate the counted drawers and cash skim envelopes from the deposit. When the deposit is deleted, the drawers and envelopes are available to include in another deposit.

To delete a deposit:

  1. From the upper-left of the screen, select the hamburger icon hamburger_menu_icon to open the System Navigation menu.

  2. From the System Navigation menu, select Functions.

  3. From the Drawers column of the Functions screen, select Deposits.

  4. From the deposit list, select the deposit to delete.

  5. From the lower-left of the screen, select Delete.

  6. When prompted to confirm the operation, select Yes.