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.
HT covers all things relevant to your POS in 2012. Leading point-of-sale software developers recap the advancements they've made to their platforms this year, and share their innovation plans for 2012. Plus, HT reveals the results of the POS Reader Survey for must-have features.
Customers at Buffalo Wild Wings will be able to order both meals and drinks using a touchscreen menu on the restaurans iPad.
Qdoba Mexican Grill has chosen the Envysion platform for its 250th site. This new rollout is believed to drive improvements in operations, such as those with loss prevention, marketing and product development, to name a few.
2011 was a big year for technology innovation in hotels and restaurants. Ranging from major company buy-outs, to new mobile technology advancements, to skyrocketing interest in cloud technology, HT counts down the top 10 most-read headlines on its website in 2011. And, the number one spot goes to...
The all-natural popcorn franchise, Doc Popcorn, has chosen pcAmerica's POS software, Restaurant Pro Express POS package. The new technology will replace the company's dated electric cash registers.
McDonald's has handed IT support services for 1,000 restaurants to Unisys in a five-year, $30 million deal. The deal, which covers Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific, is said to encompass end-to-end support of IT equipment in restaurants.
Each month, Hospitality Technology recaps the top point-of-sale headlines from across the hotel and restaurant industry. In case you missed them the first time, read out to find out what happened in November.
When customers reported being less than thrilled with long lines at Royal Caribbean's soda fountains, the cruise line installed self-service units. Guests who buy a beverage package are now given drink cups with RFID technology that validates the transaction.