Covering tableside ordering on the iPod touch to energy-saving printers, this annual supplement showcases the latest POS hardware and software solutions to hit the market.
When it comes to mobile point-of-sale technology, are restaurants better off investing in tried-and-true commercial devices or consumer-grade solutions, such as iPads or smartphones? Operators weigh the pros and cons of price, durability, battery life and more.
An examination of companies' IT budgets as a percentage of revenue reveals that restaurants are allocating more money toward IT budgets in 2011 than they did in 2009 or 2010.
The release of PointOS’ 4.5 point-of-sale software features an improved user interface, and greater stability within its current operating system.
HT's monthly recap covers the latest POS certifications, how Legends Sports Bar is leveraging a POS handhelds to boost sales, what POS shipment trends say about the health of the industry, and more.
Arby's can now route gift card transactions to SVS using the POSLynx220 with TransNet.
The new Calgary, Alberta Best Western Premier Freeport Inn and Suites has completed the installation of MSI's WinPM and Place Point solutions.
Next generation mobile payment product is designed to meet current and future PCI PTS, EMV, ZKA, APACS Common Criteria, JTEMS, Interac and other global and country-specific security requirements.
Back office software deployment and standardized POS configurations to provide greater insight into business profitability for 220 franchised family sports pubs.
By the Rockies operators can identify and reduce potentially fraudulent transactions, such as voids, refunds and no sales with video-based business intelligence service.