New POS RFPs – Sacramento, North Dakota, Manitoba, UK

By | July 24, 2020


The City of Sacramento (“City” or “Sacramento”), Department of Finance and Information Technology
Department, seek proposals for the purchase, installation and maintenance of an in-person Point of Sale
(POS) Cashiering System from firms who have demonstrated success in enterprise environments with
diverse cashiering needs. Respondents to this RFP must have experience delivering high-volume, multi-
location cashiering systems as described in this document and its attachments.
The POS System is being procured for citywide use. This system will collect payments related to multiple
Department operations and send those payments to the City’s financial system and integrate with other
systems used by City Departments.
The Scope of Work is set forth in detail in Section 3 of this RFP.


North Dakota

A. Base Bid
(1) Seventy-Eight (78) Point-of-Sale units and the accompanying hardware and
software for the FARGODOME Concessions operation.


Manitoba RFI

The objective of this Request For Information (“RFI”) is to collect information about what is
currently available in the marketplace that could meet the good or service requirements of the
Province for a Point of Sales Solution as described in this document. Appendix A includes
specific questions and subjects that Vendors are requested to respond to. Following review of the
Responses to this RFI, the Province is not obligated to conduct any procurement process.
Information gathered through this RFI will assist the Province in determining the requirements
and provisions, scope of work and approach in the development of a procurement process.
This RFI is not a competitive bid process and will not result in a contract award.


University of Kentucky

The University of Kentucky (UK) is seeking information to Implement a Point of Sale (POS) retail
software system that will be utilized for revenue capture of non-billable medical services that are not
able to be billed through the standard medical billing which has resulted in custom charging technical
and operational workflows. These services include but are not limited to retail sale of cosmetic products,
hearing aids, and integrative medicine services. This POS software functionality is not available in most
standard medical billing software and is not part of the future integrated system functionality.
The University issued an RFP previously for a POS in February 2020. Any offerors that responded to that
RFP are not required to respond to this one in order to be considered but may do so at their option. The
RFP Committee members would like a larger selection of responses to make a well-formed decision on a
contracted vendor.