Will U.S. customers embrace the chance to make purchases with a swipe of their smartphones? A recent article from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania brings the future of mobile payment into the spotlight.
SugarHouse Casino will go live with Micros Simphony and Micros' newest point of sale hardware, the Workstation 5A, this September.
John Moscrip, COO and owner of Duke's Chowder House, explains why operators should consider reliability and consistency, technology future-proofing, and end-user testimonials when making their POS technology selections.
Chicago's Signature Room at the 95th integrates credit, debit, gift and loyalty card processing with its Focus POS system by selecting the TransNet payment engine application.
The 2010 POS Hardware Showcase compiles the features and functions of leading point of service terminals and peripherals to help operators select the POS product that's best suited for their individual needs. Use this fast and easy reference when making your next POS hardware purchasing decision.
The POS used in a number of its hotels' restaurants, bars, and gift shops, as well as the information management system used at check-in, are believed to be the source.
In this annual industry perspective, Hospitality Technology talks to a cross-section of restaurant operators including Hard Rock and Pure Management Group, to find out what their point of sale overhaul needs were, and how their chosen systems stack up.
From biometrics to advanced forecasting tools, lodging and foodservice operators discuss the top technologies that are helping them to better manage their labor dollars while still meeting employees' needs.
With the desire to update its stand-alone payment system, the eighty-five unit YUM brand franchisee, Luihn Foods, decided upon an integrated payment system that is helping to cut costs and curb fraud.
Following a 3% reduction in losses, franchisee JK&T Wings, Inc. plans to implement the real-time beer monitoring technology across all 30 restaurant locations.