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.
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.
Quick service restaurants that use PAR Exalt with TransNet can now process gift card transactions without a stand-alone terminal.
Learn how McLoone Management was able to increase its net revenue for purchases made by loyalty club member by 8.8 percent annually for the past three years.
First Data's TransArmor solution replaces card data with a token number to preserve the value of card data for merchant business operations while removing all value for fraudsters.
With BigHoller's BigHollerPOSConnect, menus and orders from online ordering are exported out in a standardized format readable by the POS system, providing detailed data for tracking, analysis, and marketing efforts.
Dairy Queen, Carl's Jr., and Buffalo Wings & Rings are among those operators topping point of sale headlines this month. Meanwhile, new solutions from the vendor community focused on encryption, payroll processing modules and more.
The HyperSafe Secure EFTSec Server 2.0 point-to-point payment data encryption system encrypts cardholder data during transaction processing, starting at the payment terminal and ending at a trusted point where the data is decrypted.
The enterprise-based SOA technology will be rolled out to 37 Carl's Jr. locations by the end of 2010, while SIP Coffee House went live with the solution on July 11.
Not only is a wireless tableside ordering solution helping The Garden Terrace to boost its monthly sales by two percent, but it also proved its worth on Dublin Airport's busiest day ever: when an Icelandic volcano eruption left thousands of travelers stranded and in search of a meal.