South Florida-based Roosters Restaurant is set to implement a next-generation technology from DineBlast Mobile, which allows patrons to order and pay for meals via mobile phones and PDAs.
More than 3,700 Arby's locations will feature HyperActive Technologies' QTimer Drive-Thru Measurement Solution that delivers actionable information to crew members, managers and above-store management with its real-time POS integration.
LA-based 411EAT.com's online ordering systems is now integrated into FireFly Technologies' Phoenix Point of Sale solution.
Cal'z Pizza, a chain of nine restaurants located in Virginia, needed to update their 10-year old DOS POS system. Their selection of FireFly Technology's Phoenix POS provides them with the speed and Web capabilities that they were looking for in order to drive business.
The J2 650 point of sale (POS) computer can be configured as a thin client terminal, a midrange thick client, or high-speed server, and promises to deliver both performance and versatility.
The Danish company, e-bar nordic a/s, is now an exclusive reseller for hospitality solutions in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland through a recent agreement with Radiant Systems.
Phoenix POS users can now import inventory purchase orders into SYSCO's food-ordering system.
The Sheraton Station Square Hotel's deployment of a POS and wireless network from Colubris will allow guests to purchase food and beverages from any location in the hotel using a variety of payment options.
Hospitality Technology recaps the newest POS software technology releases and upgrades for 2008. Flexibility and function top operators' POS wish lists, from mobile and conversational ordering to labor management applications.
The Los Angeles based uWink knows how to create a truly unique dining atmosphere that marries social game play with meal time. Touch screen terminals at every table not only route food and drink orders directly to the kitchen, but offer more than 70 games to delight and entertain guests. In this exclusive interview, uWink CEO Nolan Bushnell (also founder of Chuck E. Cheese and Atari Corp.) sits down with his son and uWink's CTO Brent Bushnell, and together the two spill all the family secrets behind this next-generation dining concept.