- Installation of Toniq involves minimum disruption to your
- The software is installed after closing time the evening before
the "live date". The next day the business opens as usual, using
- On-site training is provided.
- Current database information may be retained and converted to
be used with Toniq software.
- Advice on hardware requirements is
available. Where it is practical, Toniq is committed to reusing
existing (legacy) equipment - especially peripherals like printers
and scanners. (see System requirements for more
- A preview version of Toniq software is available for you to
Implementation of Toniq - a Process Overview
Brochures explaining Toniq Dispensary and Toniq Retail are
available on request, (contact us here).
Members of our staff are happy to answer any queries about Toniq,
and how the Toniq system can be a powerful tool in your
This document identifies hardware and any other business
Trial File Conversion
If business data is currently computerised, existing data is
converted (on a trial basis) into a form that can be used by the
Toniq is installed on one machine in the business, and converted
data installed. The business' hardware vendor can then test
peripheral equipment (printers, scanners cash drawers etc) to
ensure they work with the Toniq software. The business should also
compare existing data with converted data in Toniq.
A quote is raised and discussed by all parties involved.
A "Live Date" is set and confirmed.
After the close of business the evening before the live date,
the hardware vendor and Toniq staff work together to install any
new hardware and Toniq software. Another file conversion is done,
so that the most up to date data is loaded into the Toniq system,
ready for the resumption of trading the next day. There is minimum
disruption to the business.
Toniq staff provide training on site, and further ongoing
assistance and support is available by telephone from our