Tuesday, 2 December 2014

MANUAL A100/ELTRADE
SALES
.SWITCH ON  displays 0.00
If machine displays ---------,press 0 then total.
.KEY IN TOTAL AMOUNT INCLUSIVE OF VAT.
.PRESS D1-16%
               D2-0%
.FINISH BY PRESSING TOTAL.receipt prints out.







Z-DAILY REPORT
.SWITCH ON
.PRESS ON BUTTON AGAIN
Machine displays --------
.PRESS 2,EIGHT TIMES OR UNTIL DASHES CLEAR
.PRESS TOTAL
Report prints out
MONTHLY REPORT (KRA)
.SWITCH ON
.PRESS ON BUTTON AGAIN.machine dipslays-----
PRESS 1 OR 2 EIGHT TIMES UNTIL DASHES CLEAR.
.PRESS 11,THEN STL
KEY IN 1ST DATE EG 010412 ie ddmmyy
.PRESS QTY
.KEY IN 2ND DATE EG 310412

.PRESS VD BUTTON.report prints out

6,7,8 8 Common Habits That Destroy Your Success

 

SOME OF THE BEST LAYOURED SHOPS IN KENYA

6. Fixing weaknesses


“Over the years, I’ve learned that a confident person doesn’t concentrate or focus on their weaknesses – they maximize their strengths.”—Joyce Meyer
If you are a really boring and nervous public speaker, and your goal is to be the head of sales, you need to work on public speaking because it’s essential to your success. However, most weaknesses do not require attention and remediation. When you spend time “improving” weaknesses that aren’t related to your goals, you take time way from things that will drive results. Focusing too much time on weaknesses is the formula for mediocrity.  If you instead spent that time taking a relevant strength and maximizing it so you can be the best in that skill, it becomes easy for you to stand out and attract the attention of those who are making decisions about you (learn more about maximizing strengths here). That’s the most efficient way to put yourself on the path to success. Ditch mediocrity and focus on your superlatives.



7. Going it alone
“The power of one, if fearless and focused, is formidable, but the power of many working together is better.” —Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
This is one of the biggest challenges for some of us: The belief that we are omnipotent and self-sufficient. The most accomplished people in the world know differently. They surround themselves with a tribe and foster lifelong partnerships, participating in a community of the best specialists on the planet. If you go it alone, your only companions will be the exhausting things you don’t do well or don’t enjoy doing.


8. Surrounding yourself with clones
“Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.”—Stephen R. Covey
The comfort that comes from being around people just like you has a negative side effect. It causes a blindness that forces you see the world through an impossibly narrow focus. We have all seen managers who hire people just like them, and we all have colleagues who are “yes” men or women. They let ignorance drive action. The most successful leaders surround themselves with a diverse group of people who challenge their thinking and actions, expand their perspective and enlighten them about even grander outcomes

Sunday, 16 November 2014

5.... 8 Common Habits That Destroy Your Success

5. Reacting vs. planning
“Failing to plan is planning to fail.”—Alan Lakein

Successful people have a plan. They set their goals. They chart a course. They measure success and recalibrate regularly. If you find that most of your activities each day involve responding to other people’s crises or whatever comes to your inbox, you’re squandering energy and time. Unless you work for the fire department, reacting to emergencies should not be your strategy for success. When you’re bombarded with requests that are only going to divert you from your plan, you have three tools to get back on track: delegate, or politely be brief, or hit “delete.” Know your goals. At the end of each day, ask yourself what progress you have made on your goals.

Thursday, 13 November 2014

SIMPLIFIED MANUAL ELTRADE A100 ETR MACHINE

MANUAL A100/ELTRADE
SALES
.SWITCH ON  displays 0.00
If machine displays ---------,press 0 then total.
.KEY IN TOTAL AMOUNT INCLUSIVE OF VAT.
.PRESS D1-16%
               D2-0%
.FINISH BY PRESSING TOTAL.receipt prints out.




SIMPLIFIED MANUAL ELTRADE A100 ETR MACHINE


Z-DAILY REPORT
.SWITCH ON
.PRESS ON BUTTON AGAIN
Machine displays --------
.PRESS 2,EIGHT TIMES OR UNTIL DASHES CLEAR
.PRESS TOTAL
Report prints out
MONTHLY REPORT (KRA)
.SWITCH ON
.PRESS ON BUTTON AGAIN.machine dipslays-----
PRESS 1 OR 2 EIGHT TIMES UNTIL DASHES CLEAR.
.PRESS 11,THEN STL
KEY IN 1ST DATE EG 010412 ie ddmmyy
.PRESS QTY
.KEY IN 2ND DATE EG 310412

.PRESS VD BUTTON.report prints out

Monday, 10 November 2014

4........ 8 Common Habits That Destroy Your Success

4.....  


Letting fear impede progress




“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.”—William G.T. Shedd
Fear can stop you in your tracks. It creates paralysis that causes stagnation. It often ferments in the imagination, where negative images can become larger than reality. If fear is impacting your progress, start with a mindset shift. Rather than letting it keep you from the starting line, let fear become the fuel that helps you take a first important step.

Thursday, 6 November 2014

3... 8 Common Habits That Destroy Your Success, Etr Machines


3 ... AVOIDING RISK



“You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore.”—William Faulkner
Unless you’re a financial CRM (Certified Risk Manager), complete risk aversion is not a career success strategy. Of course, taking risks like you are a Hollywood stunt person isn’t going to be the most effective approach either. You must take calculated risks that will help you learn and grow. Without risk, you stagnate while those around you flourish and advance. Evaluate risks based on their ability to help you reach your goals, then pursue the ones that give you the best opportunity to move forward.

Friday, 31 October 2014

2.... 8 Common Habits That Destroy Your Success

2.      Seeking perfection
“If you look for perfection, you’ll never be content.”—Leo Tolstoy
In an ideal world, the pursuit of perfection would not only be noble, it would be rewarded. In the world we live in, it’s a recipe for frustration and a giant waste of time. According to psychotherapist Mel Schwartz, “The closest thing to perfection is is the ability to be fully present. Without any distracting thoughts measuring or grading ourselves, we’re free to really be in the moment. It’s in that moment that we’re truly alive. Yet, the perfectionist isn’t typically present as they’re either busy critiquing the past and replaying their every decision or worrying about their future decisions.” Know when it is time to move on and make realistic goals for outcomes. Seeking perfection will either stop you in your tracks or waste energy that could be more productively applied elsewhere.

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

1 ...... 8 Common Habits That Destroy Your Success etr machines

1 ......  
Confusing busy with productive
“Don’t mistake activity for achievement.”—John Wooden
Let’s face it, you can find enough work activities to keep you busy day, night and weekend. The question is: Are they the right things?
It’s not the hours you put in or the number of items you’re working on simultaneously that make you successful. Focus on the items that have impact.Don’t confuse being busy with making progress.  We measure our success on the busyness scale when in fact we should be evaluating our progress on the activities that will make the biggest impact on our goals. Corporate culture might reward “looking busy,” but true corporate success is the result of focused effort in pursuit of long-term goals.

Friday, 8 August 2014

ETR MACHINES VARIETY ETR MACHINE A100,ELTRADE,DP50,MP55,INCOTEX



RE: ETR  QUOTATION

Item
Unit Price -Kshs
Qty
Total cost-kshs
ELECTRONIC TAX REGISTER( MERCURY 130W ) WITH GPRS
23,000
1
23,000
DATECS DP50
28,000
1
28,000
INCOTEX 130F
21,000
1
21,000
ELTRADE A100
26,000
1
26,000
DATECS MP55
38,000
1
38,000








TOTAL COST




NB: All prices are VAT inclusive.All machines come with 1 year warranty.inclusive of Installation and K.R.A  processing.
We hope you include us in your success

Yours Faithfully,              
For:DEJAVU TECHNOLOGIES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     


5.Fiscal Tax Registersa) PORTABLE CASH REGISTER MERCURY 130w


Portable self-stand cash register Mercury 130W is designed for money accounting with customers in trade (outdoor trade) and service.
It performs operations of bookkeeping and control, prints out receipts, control tape (electronic log) and reports (X-reports, Z-reports, fiscal report by number and dates, report by registrations). The ECR has cashier’s liquid-crystal display, thermal printer, built-in li-ion battery, port RS232 for connection with bar-code scanner, side-mounted keyboard, customer’s display, bed sheet printer. The ECR is adapted to operation with electronic control protected band.
The distinctive features of the ECR:

- paper input “by one movement”
- small overall dimensions and weight
- display backlight
- a small strap for carrying
   
BASIC SPECIFICATION
 
Mercury-180F
Number of cashiers
10
Number of departments
99
Fiscal memory
No less than 2000
Electronic log capacity 
3800 purchases
Receipt tape
Thermal paper, width 57 mm
Printing speed
7 lines/sec
Cliche programming
14 line with 24 characters
Input and indication of sums
8 decimal digits
Nonvolatile memory, clock, calendar
Clock accuracy =2sec/day
Built-in battery
7,4V, 1,8Ah
Power consumption at the battery charging, no more than
10Wt
Average possible number of printed receipts per a shift with completely  charged battery
1500 (or 30 hours of continuous operation)
Dimensions and weight
191x96x61, 390 gr.

                              INCOTEX 130F Description:ЕCR with a fast and noiseless thermo printer, paper tape - 57 mm wide, 32 characters per line,  two 10-digit 7-segment LCD displays, fiscal memory with 2000 daily reports, electronic journal with over 7000 lines, maintains restaurant mode and fiscal printer mode, two RS-232, one RS-232 /RS-485 interfaces for electronic scales, personal computer, bar-code scanner, external printer, built-in rechargeable  battery.
Specifications:
Restaurant mode – yes       
Fiscal printer mode – yes
·         Electronic journal – over 7000 lines
·         PLU (commodities) – from 1140 to 2770 (option – over 13 000)
·         PLU database structuring – yes, with choice of two prices, bar codes and available quantities
·         Departments – 8
·         Operators – 8
·         Commodity groups – 8
·         Measurement units – 10
·         Payments – 5
·         Counters (stands) – 6
·         Customers – 50
·         Fiscal memory – 2000 daily reports
·         Display – two 10-digit, 7-segment LCD
·         Thermo printer – fast and noiseless, TPM-021 type
·         Paper tapes, width – one, 57 mm
·         Characters per line – 32
·         Advertising text – 2 lines
·         Graphical logo – 384 х 144
·         Weight bar codes – yes
·         Available quantities – yes
·         Programmable rate of exchange for foreign currency payment – yes
·         Reports:
o    reports by PLU and PLU groups
o    report by tax groups
o    reports by operators
o    report by sales
o    daily financial report
o    periodic report
o    fiscal memory reports by record numbers and by date.

Cash Register - ELTRADE A100S
·         Fiscalisation (commissioning)
·         RegistratioN with KRA
·         Subscribe to sim card in a year
·         Service contract for a year!

ELTRADE A100S is a mobile cash register with integrated GPRS module and the journal (journal electronically) and with EasyLoad mechanism for fast loading paper. compact and Li-ion battery, printed on a single charge up to 40 000 lines, A100S  is suitable for use in small shops, kiosks, boutiques, cafes, as well as home delivery, home delivery, stalls and outdoor stalls, shops without central power supply. This model is consistent with the requirements of the Kenyan financial legislation and provides remote connection to the KRA.
 .Print "logo"
·         Prints "Help"
·         Issue invoices
·         Operate the "Calculator"
·         Operate the "Fiscal Printer"
·         Operate the "Restaurant"
·         - Up to 40 client accounts
·         - Dividing the order for bar and kitchen
·         - 30 simultaneous operators
·         Warehouse functions
·         Automatic switch off at set time
·         Enter price at the time of sale
·         Issued reports with and without reset
·         Issued reports on articles operators safe, tax groups, classes, departments, available quantities, open accounts
·         Reminds expired service contract
·         Available parameter recovery
·         Calculates biorhythms and shows what will be your physical, emotional and intellectual state for a period of 1 month.
DATECS MP55
Up to 9999 up to 30 000
Item name length up to 22 characters
Maximal Sold quantity of one item up to 99 999,999 kg
Tax type VAT, up to 8 tax groups          
Stands up to 10 up to 99
Departments up to 10 up to 99
Number of operators up to 30 (of which 2 active) up to 30 (of these 30 active)
Maximal number of sales in one receipt more than 150 more than 300 sales
Types of service
• ECR which serves one stand
• Waiter service
Types of payment • Cash, check, card, credit
• Cash with alternative currency: USD or EUR
Fiscal memory Non-volatile, can keep up to 2400 reports
Journal Stored in an EJ card or with postponed printing Recorded stored in a SD (EJ) card (up to 2 mln. lines)
Thermal printer type MLT4280KS-P1
Printer speed 12 lines/sec
Graphical logo Suported size 384x96 dots Suported size 384x96 dots (384x336 dots)
Consumable - thermal paper • Paper width 2x28 mm, thickness 60÷72µm, roll diameter up to 65 mm
• Paper width 57 mm, thickness 60÷72µm, roll diameter up to 65 mm
Operator’s display LCD 2 lines x 16 characters Graphic LCD, up to 4 lines and up to 22 char/line
Customer’s display Alpha-numeric LCD 2 lines x 16 characters
Power supply AC 110÷240V 50-60 Hz DC 12V 2500mA
Li-Ion battery Yes Option
Clock/calendar Stores information for at least 90 days after switching off the ECR
Interface and additional device
GPRS Option External or Built in
DATECS DP50
KEYBOARD 29 Keys
CUSTOMER’S (Option)                                
Alpha-numeric 2 lines x 16 characters, LCD
PRINTER
Thermal printer MLT-289
Speed: up to 12 lines / sec
42 characters per line or 2 lines x 18 characters
PAPER TYPE 57 mm / Ô 55 mm, thickness 60 µm
2 x 28 mm / Ô 55 mm, thickness 60 µm
POWER SUPPLYCONSUMPTION
DC 9V / 1A
Li-ION battery - 7.4V / 2000mAh
DIMENSIONS ( W x D x H ), mm 190 x 65 x 87
WEIGHT+ paper roll, kg 0.530
INTERFACE USB port for connection with PC.
FEATURES
1000 PLUs;
4 departments;
8 TAX groups;
Up to 30 Operators names & passwords;
Clock / Calendar;
Modes:
 - REG registration;
 - X reports;
 - Z reports;

- Communication with PC.