Floreant POS

What is Floreant POS

Floreant POS is an open source POS application by Orocube LLC. It is a project by the company that started out in 2008. Since then, it has grown into a POS system that can support commercial, third-party plugins.

Floreant POS is so robust that it can run on a variety of platforms such as Windows, Mac, and Linux. It is even programmed for simple computers like the Raspberry PI.

It is also very flexible that it can be customized to suit a business’ needs. They can enhance the system by adding plugins or by adding more features. Establishments can do the latter by themselves but Floreant POS (OROCUBE LLC) offers this service to ensure that the system will still run smoothly after the deployment of changes.

Further, Floreant POS was designed with restaurants and hospitality establishments’ needs in mind. But the system also supports usage by educational institutions and retail stores.


Floreant started its journey in 2008 when Dennys Restaurant in Oneonta, NY hired our team for upgrading their database. In 2009 source code was released in the public domain. In 2010 the software included Java POS support and shift-wise pricing, partial payment, and kitchen printer. Right after that release(v1.02) it received huge appreciation. To handle the increasing number of downloads we have to host binaries in download.com, ZDNet and sf.net. Floreant POS is has been customized and adopted in famous chain stores including Louisiana Famous Fried Chicken, Parkway Pizza, Mini Delights, Monalisa Paraguay, Cinco E S.A.S and so on.

My updated source code can be found at github

A download jar can be found under the Downloads menu option.

A review of Floreant POS can be read here.