POS Software Innovations

Hospitality Technology scours the POS vendor marketplace to find out the latest innovations in POS software. Bundled offerings, new third-party integrations, and simplified user interfaces are just some of the newest updates.

Philly's Best Turns to Sharp for Streamlined Sales Tracking

To more efficiently track sales data, Philly's Best installed Sharp UP-700 POS terminals in 20 of their locations and worked with Sharp to program each terminal with the Sharp Intelligent Data Enterprise service to more efficiently track daily sales data.

What Does Open-Source Mean for the Future of POS?

The use of open-source operating systems will certainly continue to gain market share at the point of sale, but will it be at the explosive rate once envisioned? POS shipment trends from 2008 and the economic climate tell all.

Shrink Restaurant Labor Costs: Four Fundamental Best Practices

Determining "what's right" for labor is an eternal pursuit that involves chasing the labor percentage and budget, creating the right chemistry between staff and management teams, and combining the expertise of managers with the science of money and labor forecasting. Learn how to shrink labor costs while enhancing your restaurant's culture.
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2015 Lodging Technology Study

HT's annual Lodging Technology Study tracks budgets, business objectives, and investment allocation trends in hotel IT. This report incorporates feedback from hoteliers to produce a comprehensive and useful set of findings, diving significantly deeper into top goals and challenges for IT teams, the role of IT leaders in business strategy and planned investments for in-room, guest-facing and property systems. Sponsored.


2015 Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference
2015 Hotel Technology Forum