Cash Control
CleanMax has a very tight and secure cash control, with daily closing statements including daily cash shortages, which remain on permanent record.
Typical inventory scanning can be completed within 15-20 minutes. CleanMax has a missing ticket search feature which allows tracking of all tickets in the system. Once the computer has compiled a full list of all missing tickets, you can use the write-off button in order to permanently delete all records of that specific ticket without indicating cash shortages in the closing statement.
  • Memory Barcode Scanner
    For scanning garments or inventory from a distance, our barcode scanner can be taken out of its cradle for quick scanning of all items. Once you set the barcode back on its cradle, all the data from scanned garments transfers over into the program. This memory feature enables a super easy and expedited ticket scanning process.
  • Missing Items Report
    After scanning the garments, the program generates a list of which garments have been missing from the scan. This serves as an immediate notification of which garments you need to track and locate so that you can minimize your business risk.
  • Write-offs
    Lost items can be stored in a separate report that does not affect cash flows with our write-off functions. The write-off function permanently removes itself from cash flow related statements and ticketing information, but is instead stored in a write-off report that is permanently stored within the program.
  • Write-off Reports
    Write-off reports is a list of items that have been declared lost. The write-offs are stored in this list for permanent records and can be printed out for review.
  • Quick Inventory Confirmation - LaundroMax, ShoeMax
    Following employee shifts, you may require a print out of the most recent inventory list, with a signature column for the employees signature. This allows for you to safely and accurately keep tabs on the stock, and prevents inventory from going missing or being miscounted.
Tip & Trade-In Feature
Credit card trade in - If a customer is in need of change, the system can process the change given as an additional charge to the purchase that the customer has made. For example, if the customer makes a $10 purchase and needs $5 dollars in coins, the credit card trade-in feature allows for this transaction to go through smoothly by calculating the extra charge.
Dual Cash Drawer Control
For enhanced security measures, Laundromax also uses a dual cash drawer control technology that sets secure and specific access limits to cash drawers for each employee shift so that you can exercise accurate and strong cash control. This feature can support up to two cash drawers.
Quick Info
The Quick Information panel located at the main screen includes 8 different subjects for reporting business statistics, including the number and amount of Hold & Quick Drop tickets, Not charged & Do Overs, Credits, Adjusted payments, Overdue tickets, Tickets ready by today, and deliveries needed to be carried out. The Quick Info is a convenient way to view all important and relevant data within a glance.
Attendance Review
At the time clock button, you can press review to determine which employees haven't arrived at work yet. You can keep tabs on all of your employees at any given time.
Whole or independent closings for shifts
For owners with multiple computer systems within their location, they can consolidate daily closings from all computer units on any computer unit you choose. Otherwise, daily closings can be reported on each individual computer unit.
Issue receipts
For more secure cash control, the system automatically issues receipts when customers pay in cash.
Hide Rack (Location) Number
The Hide Rack Number feature is an additional safety feature to ensure that your employees are not pocketing any side cash and causing cash shortages. For example, an employee with bad intentions can look at the rack number, take the garment and give it to the customer while pocketing the cash for himself. Meanwhile the computer program still leaves records that the garment is still within the inventory when in reality it has been picked up. In order to prevent these situations, the hide rack number works so that the rack number can only be revealed after a form of payment has been applied, and records of payment of been saved into the system.
Collection Enforcement
Customers who pick up their garments but have not yet made their payments can have a debt at your store up to any given amount that you can pre-set under collection enforcement. For example, if a customer's debt to your Dry Cleaners is $30, and the maximum amount of debt you set was $20, and the customer comes to your store looking to pick up his or garments, the computer system will forbid you access to information regarding the customer's garments until he or she pays the debt, technically at least up to that allowable amount you set.