Entries by Peter Shore

Paymentsense is now Dojo

It’s now over 5 years since we were first able to offer integrated card payments in conjunction with PaymentSense. Both we and they have evolved quite a bit since then, and so has the combined offering. PaymentSense used to rely on third parties for the payment processing part of their card transactions. They’ve now brought […]

Get ready for the World Cup

The FIFA World Cup this year is being held in Qatar. Normally this tournament is held in the summer, outside our normal football season, but Qatar at that time of year is simply too hot. Instead, we have our first winter World Cup, coinciding with the run-up to Christmas.In this post we’re going to share […]

How To: New website support section

We’ve been adding blog posts here from time to time on how to do various tasks within your Memsec system. Hopefully you’ve seen these and found them useful. However, this blog format isn’t ideal for the number of pages we have and more to the point plan to have, so we’ve created a whole new […]

Stocktaking Guides

Stocktaking is included as standard in all versions of MemSec EPoS. It’s always been the case that relatively few customers use the full capacity of the system (of any system!) but until now there hasn’t been comprehensive reference material to help anyone who wants to start. We’ve now published on this site a set of […]

MemSec EPoS & psConnect

We’re delighted to announce that MemSec 7 can now be connected to credit card terminals from PaymentSense via their psConnect solutions to provide fully integrated card payments. Having completed the integration in record time and to an exacting standard we’re now in a position to let our customers know about this exciting new enhancement. In its […]

Online Table Bookings

Booking a table is something more and more of us are doing via the Internet. We may still use our phones but to browse rather than to call! Up until recently the only way to allow your customers to make online restaurant bookings in your restaurant or pub was to use a generic booking site. […]