|Type||Point of sale|
|License||GNU General Public License|
IS4C or Integrated Systems for Co-ops is a free web-based point of sale software for retail stores initially developed by Tak Tang for the Wedge Community Co-op in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The software utilizes an SQL database and enables tracking of customer purchase totals that cooperatives use in calculating patronage refunds for their members. IS4C and Fannie, its backend management system were written almost exclusively in PHP. IS4C software is used primarily by food cooperatives and has been released under the GNU General Public License. Versions of IS4C have been adopted by Whole Foods Co-op, People's Food Co-op, Alberta Cooperative Grocery, River Valley Co-op, and the Clintonville Community Market Co-op in Columbus, Ohio.
- Anderson, Barth. Building the Cooperative Software Revolution. Cooperative Grocer. May–June 2003.
- Von Rabenau, Chris. IS4C: Integrated System for Co-ops. Cooperative Grocer. May–June 2005.
- World's First Open-source Point Of Sale System Tested. International PHP Magazine.
- Our Hot & Happenin' Register System. Alberta Cooperative Grocery.
- River Valley Co-op. River Valley Co-op
- IS4C home
- IS4C Project on Google Code
- Co-ops making history! World's first open-source POS system at People's Food Co-op. Portland Independent Media Center.
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