HYELLA enables customers to make payments to the merchant in exchange for goods or after provision of a service via the point of sales.

HYELLA Point of Sales Platform supports:

  • The use of barcode scanners,
  • It eliminates human error,
  • Makes transaction execution quick and
  • Saves customer’s time.

With HYELLA the point of sales you can easily find out a record of a single customer or multiples.

HYELLA makes capturing of payments so much more convenient with a barcode scanner most especially for healthcare facilities that running pharmacies internally.

With HYELLA you can easily set conditions for discounts on certain patients, this could also be for setting credit limits, fee-for-service with HMOs or capitated fees.

Capturing the means of payment is always important for accurate accounting, hence with HYELLA you can keep records and cross-reference your income statements easily.

HYELLA places critical focus on accurate record keeping, this is also essential for generating financial reports to aid your audit trail and plan accordingly.

Additional Features

Bank Reconciliation

In book-keeping, bank reconciliation is the process by which the bank account balance in an entity’s books of account is reconciled to the balance reported by the financial institution in the most recent bank statement. Any difference between the two figures needs to be examined and, if appropriate, rectified

Credit Facilities

A credit facility is a type of loan made in a business or corporate finance context. It allows the borrowing business to take out money over an extended period of time rather than reapplying for a loan each time it needs money.

Tangible Goods & Services

A tangible good, as the name suggests, is a physical product that you stock and post to your buyer. … A service is something you offer that isn’t a digital or physical product – for example consultancy or project work.

Discount / Price Flexibility

For the purpose of the present study, price flexibility is defined as follows: The price of a good is said to be flexible if it falls whenever there is excess supply of and rises whenever there is excess demand for the good. In the op- posite case, the price is said to be negatively flexible.