A decent internet connection is a vital consideration and is the life-blood of the Veezi experience. You should have broadband (DSL) type connection at a minimum. Avoid internet plans that degrade your performance if you exceed the data limit. To ensure you stay online, consider a secondary or back-up internet connection, i.e a 3G connection. We also recommend you connect your POS work-stations to your router using network cables rather than wireless connections.
Don’t have a back-up internet connection? Don’t worry, Veezi POS does have an offline mode — so you can keep ticketing if the internet does go down.
Veezi Back Office is web-based and will work on most computers with a modern browser. We recommend the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer (Edge).
Veezi can work on most existing hardware, get in touch to check compatibility. See our hardware page for terminal, card reader, cash drawer, printer and scanner recommendations. Or get in touch for details about a hardware package from our preferred suppliers.
Any of the following Epson printers: TMT-20, TMT-81, TMT-88
or TMT-90 USB ticket/receipt printer. Or any of the following
Boca printers: Boca Lemur-L, Boca Lemur-R
We recommend using a Magtek MagneSafe Mini USB card swipe reader
We recommend a modern 2-D scanner such as the Honeywell Voyager 1400g.
The MS Cashdrawer SP-103 Cash Drawer with RJ11 Printer
Yes, make sure you are connected to the internet via the connection you wish to test and then use your browser to navigate to www.speedtest.net. If you have any concerns, send us the results via email, firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond as soon as we can.
No, Veezi does not support running POS on VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) environments. Please contact us if you need to run POS using VDI.