POS continues to be one of the hottest innovation areas, with mobile and online ordering on the rise, and continued investment in digital signage. In its monthly POS recap, HT remembers the point-of-service headlines from December 2011.
Viableware has created Rail, a patened digital bill folder that lets guests pay-at-the-table. The technology aims to reduce theft and streamline the restaurant payment process.
Panasonic releases its modular Stingray Envo workstation, a POS solution which, according to the company, offers high-performance functionality.
Premier Hotels of the World announces a partnership with Availpro to develop an online distribution tool to its member hotels. The technology will also include cloud-based PMS and POS systems.
Buffalo Wild Wings franchise owner implements MICROS Simphony, a cloud-based POS and enterprise restaurant management system.
Mobile technology has shaped the consumer shopping and dining experience. With many top brands now testing out mobile wallet, by this time next year the POS may be redefined even more.
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HT's annual Lodging Technology Study covers trends, challenges, and priorities across a range of topics, including budgets and business drivers, in-room tech priorities, property management and back-of-house, and front-of-house tech.
Pegasus Solutions now offers RezView Mobile, which leverages Pegasus' RezView NG technology by offering the capability to design apps for both Android and Apple tablets and smartphones.
Ziosk touchscreens have popped up in ERJ Dining's Chili's locations in Iowa. The technology has been developed to quell the largest dissatisfaction among guests, the inability to pay their checks and leave when they desire.