QRIS or Quick Response Code Indonesian Standard is a national QR code standard for electronic payments with server-based electronic money apps, digital wallets, or mobile banking. Of course, there are so many merchants that accept QRIS payments as one of their payment methods for now.

DealPOS currently supports setting the QRIS code for each outlet when using QRIS as a payment method. As a result, payments received can be monitored by each outlet. Of course, this makes things a lot easier for merchants who have a few outlets and want their Payment Received to be different for each one.

For detailed steps about it, you can check in down below:

I. Make sure you have two different Midtrans QRIS Server Keys

Step 1. Go to Outlets menu

Then you can choose which outlet you want to set up.

Outlet settings in DealPOS

For example, I choose Outlet 1 - Muara Karang.

Step 2. Click on Digital Payment

You can assign the Server Keys to the Midtrans QRIS column.

Then you can click Save.

Step 3. Assign another Server Keys on another outlet (Optional)

Then you can choose which outlet you want to set up as a second outlet.

For example, I choose Outlet 2 - PIK to assign the second Server Keys.

II. Try to Sell with QRIS Payment Method

Step 1. Go to the Sell menu

You can try to Sell using QRIS Payment Method.

Step 2. Try to scan the Payment in Outlet 1

There is the result when you scan the QRIS code in Outlet 1 - Muara Karang :

Payment with Midtrans QRIS

Step 3. Try to scan the Payment in Outlet 2

There is the result when you scan the QRIS code in Outlet 2 - PIK :

Payment with Midtrans QRIS

That will show a different Receiver between Outlet 1 and Outlet 2. Congratulations, the setup is completed for now.

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