An EPOS is a computerised system for recording sales, taking payments, monitoring stock and generating reports within the retail and hospitality sectors. EPOS systems typically consist of a touchscreen computer, receipt printer, barcode scanner, cash drawer and software and come in a variety of configurations, shapes and sizes.
In this session, we will help you build an ePOS (Electronic Point of Sale) app using Flutter that acts as a POS (Point of sale) to accept payments from your customers either at the store (by the cashiers) or at the customer's doorstep (by the delivery executives).
The app will quickly send UPI collect requests to your customers. The customers can click the Payment Links to make payments using any UPI app on their phone. Customers can load their virtual account and even make payments directly via the contact number of the merchant. Merchants can transfer money to their bank account also.
Dhrumil Shah, GDE of Flutter & Dart and Senior Mobile Application Developer at HighLevel (LinkedIn)
Bio: Dhrumil is the co-organiser of GDG Ahmedabad, Senior Mobile Application Developer at HighLevel and Founder of @Flutter_Flakes. He has done Masters in Computer Engineering in Wireless and Mobile Computing. Being an expert, he has an excellent command over developing applications, organizing events, workshops, and mentoring developers and students that have made him a good trainer as well as an avid speaker in his domain.
Rishabh Thakur, Solutions Engineer - Product @ Open Financial Technologies (LinkedIn)
Bio: A creator at heart. Rishabh is currently working as a Solutions engineer at Open Financial, Bangalore. Previously he has worked with Razorpay as a Solutions Engineer. He is a Flutter enthusiast and has created multiple mobile softwares. He loves being part of startups to innovate and optimise new products.