Looking for the PCI Council's latest position on mobile payment certification or insight into how pay-at-table devices can speed table turns? HT recaps these stories and 11 more in its monthly POS summary.
By deploying fingerprint readers, the 118-unit Pizza Hut franchisee Rage, Inc. has been able to improve accountability for more than 1,800 employees.
Radiant Systems' software and SaaS capabilities will enhance NCR's solutions, creating a portfolio of multichannel point-of-service and self-service solutions.
McDonald's customers can now pay for meals with a PayPass-enabled MasterCard credit card or mobile phone at more than 1,400 Canadian locations.
The Rose Garden Arena, home of the Portland Trail Blazers, uses Moxie software to improve concession sales, fan information flow and create new sponsorship opportunities.
A new study by Juniper Research expects the mobile payment market to almost triple in value by 2015, reaching $670 billion.
Franchisees credit improved profit levels as a result of their ability to control daily activities and revenues, and eliminate duplication work.
The Bally BOSS and Micros point-of-sale interface allows casino players to order drinks from the slot machine to increase guest service and reduce labor costs.
Leveraging its Software as a Service model, Envysion has immediately deployed the enhanced application, including an even more intuitive interface and several new features.
The murky mobile payment PCI certification waters got a whole lot clearer last week thanks to new guidelines released from the PCI Security Standards Council. HT offers the full recap of the Council's newest position on mobile payments, plus insight on how to determine if your application is eligible for PA-DSS certification.