Funzionalities List

COCAI RETAIL AZURE POS comes with a long list of standard functionalities available to all clients and capable to cover the basic needs of any retailers in any sector.

The application grows continuously in accordance with a road-map shared with all existing customers and compliant with the evolving needs of the market.


It is simple to use, safe and can be profiled

  • It is inspired to the Windows Modern UI for its for clarity and conventions.
  • It uses the typical POS and APP interaction to facilitate its adoption and to reduce the training time
  • Each store can have its own profile.
  • It shows only what the registered user can use.
  • All commands in conflict with the actual status of the application are automatically disabled, thus avoiding sequence errors.

It can connect devices with embedded JPOS driver.

  • Unique pre-requisite: Microsoft .Net Framework 4.0.
  • The configured devices are automatically recognized.
  • Fiscal Printers Epson and NCR, scanners Datalogic and NCR, EFT-POS Ingienico, cash-handler Gunnebo, Video Display front customer.

Situation always under control with status lights.

  • Fiscal printer, scanner, updates and network connection, user, open document, customer to be invoiced.

Data and application are always updated.

  • Sales and setup Master are updated in background, and automatically applied between a docuemnt and the other.
  • The application is automatically updated with the closure, update and automatic re-boot at the start or else when the operator logs-off.


Advanced management suitable to manage a structured user organization.

  • Declaration and Suspension of the user via password (optional) or badge.
  • Self log-off and automatic suspension.
  • Roles by User.
  • Permissions for executing commands within the setup limits associated to each role.
  • Possibility to loan the rights, loaning the role and limits to another user.
  • Cash flows:
    • Cash Fund
    • Revenues
    • Outputs
    • End of the day statements.
  • Shift management with screens showing the cash differences and a report of the drawer movements.
  • Productivity counters per each operator’s sessions.


Functionalities suitable for a single store as well as for structured organizations.

  • VAT code with the capability of forcing it during the sale process.
  • Department code with the capability of selling without using fake products.
  • Product master with short description at POS level and long description for queries and better reporting.
  • EAN2 Products with variable price and weight or by piece.
  • PLU codes for using checkout scales and exploding the scales receipt created at the stalls.
  • Sales prices with simplified management using the price directly in the master data.
  • Price lists with
    • Validity period for the price.
    • Application sequence by store.
    • Applicable to fidelity customers.
  • Assortments with the definition of one or more range per store to compose the full one.


Full manual management of a discount with:

  • Discounts in value and in percentage, by product.
  • Discounts in value and in percentage, by subtotal.

Flexible promotional engine for managing structured promotions which can be imported from the Back Office.

  • Triggers on products baskets, subtotals, department subtotals, discount vouchers considering also exceptions.
  • Logical operators on triggers.
  • Issuing and consuming a discount voucher

In the document to be sent to the back-office, for each item the following information are mentioned:

  • Net before discounts.
  • Discount types contribution.
  • The value of each applied discount.


Structured to be strongly integrated with CRM and BI

  • Fidelity Customer with contact information and consequent permissions for use.
  • Cluster in order to aggregate groups of customers to groups of promotions. The fidelity customer can belong to more than one cluster.
  • Special price lists in order to assign to a Fidelity Customer a special price.
  • Conventions management in order to define special conditions for certain clusters and the price lists to associate while codifying a new customer.
  • Invitation cards to assign to codified customers to bring new customers to the store or to give to the people attending an event or to be distributed via mail.
  • Family links management in order to identify the members of a same household.
  • Customer Cards with double codification: barcode and RFID.
  • Link to the invoiced customer for declaring at the same time also the information for issuing the invoice.


Fiscal receipt on fiscal printers.

Purchase Order

  • Similar to the sales document but without the mention to the payments.
  • You can call and cancel it from the sales document and reading its bar-code.


  • Issuing an invoice referring to an issued receipt.
  • Printing on a Fiscal Printer, or Windows printer.
  • Re-print of the invoice from the journal (on a Windows printer)

Journal for all kinds of issued documents

  • Query by type of document, period, customer, etc…
  • Cancellation of the issued document, when possible.
  • Re-print of the issued document, when possible.

Suspending a document

  • Unique generic kind of suspension for each type of editable document .
  • Programmable keys for suspending or directly recalling a documents (Doc1, Doc2, Doc3, etc….). These keys are separately managed for sales orders and sales slips.

Operational Control

  • General counters and productivity counters in each document created


Inventory management by quantity for allowing real time stock situations.

  • Stock at SKU level by sales code.
  • Stock query directly from the sales mode.
  • All stock movements, inbound and outbound, including causes, notes and document’s details, can be imported via CSV files.
  • Inventory by department importing CSV files.
  • Stock situation printout by department.


Reports are a mandatory tool for a first and fast control of the store performance

  • Grand Totals with details by kind of document issued.
  • Departments’ discounts and returns, for verifying the trend in the different departments.
  • VAT to be recorded in its specific register.
  • Payments connected with openings of the cash drawer.
  • Products for immediately verifying what has been moved in and out.
  • Sales by time period for controlling the trend within the opening hours.
  • Sales by size of the receipts for evaluating the distribution of the average receipt.


Stores are configurable in Chains and Chains are configurable in Groups.

  • Definition of the sharing level of information generated from the stores.
  • Definition of the procedures for sending information toward the Back Office.
  • Definition of the distribution procedures coming from the Back Office.