Royal Caribbean, Buffalo Wild Wings and HT's 2011 POS software reader survey are just some of December's must-read POS articles. Read these, plus vendors' top technology releases.
Royal Caribbean will implement the InfoGenesis POS system on seven additional ships in order to increase efficiency and enhance guest service.
Hospitality Technology surveys more than 300 foodservice and lodging executives to pinpoint the platform innovations that matter most to them, as well as their 2011 POS purchasing plans. Meanwhile, POS vendors recap their biggest software innovations from 2010, and offer a sneak peak at the technologies and big-picture trends that are expected to make waves in the year ahead.
Learn how Buffalo Wild Wings was able to achieve a 97% yield through the use of a draft beer monitoring platform that compares exact ounces of beer poured with the number of 'rings" on the restaurant's POS system in real-time.
Is the tide finally turning for tableside ordering and payment technology in the United States? Learn why menu labeling and form factor are helping to drive tableside POS acceptance.
MICROS will provide Travco with a complete enterprise software solution comprised of several fully integrated modules to manage Travco's vast operations and provide seamless information sharing.
The new solution offers anywhere, anytime cloud-based batch management, advanced tokenization and point-to-point encryption.
Hypercom's new M5000 is an in-hand mobile payment system with a vibrant 3.5" color icon-capable touch screen display that enables new ways to interact with the cardholder.
More than 1,000 credit and debit cards may have been compromised as a result of the October 22 attack on the Seattle Capitol Hill area restaurant, Broadway Grill.
The two have created an iPad POS system that uses Network Intercept's Secure-Me solution to secure restaurant POS payments and provide consumers with identity theft protection.