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    Integrate GAAP with Pastel

    Hi There

    Need some information...Is it possible to integrate a program that some restaurants use called GAAP with Pastel??

    Any Information on this would be great

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    Good question.

    I don't know offhand, but I've made some enquiries and will report back as soon as I get some feedback.

    I presume you are looking at seamless, behind-the-scenes integration, and not batch processing with CSV files being imported into Pastel?
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    Thanx so Much Neville

    I would imagine behind the scenes integration in the long run would be the easiest for this whole process to work. But incase that cannot be done how would you do batch processing via a csv file, I would imagine everything would have to be in a specific format ect,do you know if GAAP can export data into a csv file??

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    Hi caylin,

    I am still awaiting feedback on my enquiries.

    You are quite correct about the batch importing - correct file layout would be paramount. I am not at all familiar with GAAP, but I am sure it will have a facility to export certain data as a CSV file. The exported data will, in all probability, be in the wrong file layout, but one could write some Excel macros to rearrange the layout before importing it into Pastel.

    I would have to dig around GAAP to see what would need to be done. Perhaps we could arrange a remote session via TeamViewer sometime?
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    Hi Neville

    Did you ever find a solution to this issue?

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    From the GAAP website:

    Integrations:

    Scale integrations for Pay-per-Weight items.
    WiWallet interface.
    Liquor Control Systems.
    EFT Switching.
    Property Management Systems.
    CCTV overlay interface
    Loyalty Programs.
    Pastel Integration.
    Cashloader Card Systems for cashless environments.

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    Thanks Clive

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