Subway, Popeye's and La Madeleine were just some of the foodservice operators that made POS headlines this month. Read about their stories, plus vendors' top technology releases, in November's point-of-sale news round-up.
The Australian-based company hopes to capture North American sales through the opening of a new office and the promotion of Xchangexec, a globally scalable POS application with a securely hosted management suite.
Couldn't make it to the 2010 International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show? HT was on-hand to cover the latest in-room and property-wide innovations. Plus, discover which vendors took home top industry accolades this year and the operators who are using their solutions.
The B-Series and D-Series All-in-One (AiO) touchcomputer families are now available with Microsoft’s Windows 7 Professional and Windows POSReady 2009 operating systems.
Famous Dave's, Lettuce Entertain You, Bravo Brio Restaurant Group, Hello Pasta and Silver Diner are among the many restaurant brands that are embracing Exit41's online, Facebook and mobile applications.
Over the next 24 months, Sailormen Inc. will roll out Maitre'D POS, back-office, and corporate solutions to streamline operations.
The FaceCash mobile payment system will allows consumers in certain California SUBWAY locations to use their cell phones to make purchases at the point of sale.
Subway and IPC named ParTech its 2010 Rookie of the Year for outstanding performance in technology.
As a Participating Organization, PAR will work with the Council to evolve the PCI Data Security Standard and other payment card data protection standards.
Customers can use their mobile phones to pay for their bar or restaurant tabs thanks to an ARMA POS and TabbedOut integration.