Store-level systems such as online ordering, self-service payment, kitchen displays, labor management, integrated ordering, and so on, can often mean the difference between leading and lagging behind the competition. But integrating new software with the POS system can be a significant hurdle to getting those systems in place.
Visit almost any retail outlet and at some point in the purchasing process, an employee is bound to offer enrollment into the company's loyalty program. From Best Buy to Marriott, nearly every major retail chain offers a rewards program in some form, and as these programs become more competitive, so do benefits to the consumer.
The vendor community needs to get serious about fostering interoperability between solutions, according to Tom Conophy, CIO of InterContinental Hotels Group. Go inside the integration strategies of one of the world's largest hotel companies, and read about its CIO's industry-wide call to action.
Elo touchcomputer fits mag stripe reader, customer display, fingerprint reader, barcode scanner, speaker bar, DVD drive in 17" footprint
Starbucks Corporation announces a new comprehensive communications agreement with AT&T that will enhance the enterprise networking capabilities for Starbucks by streamlining business operations and enhancing the customer experience.
Millennium Hotels and Resorts announces that it has selected MICROS OPERA as the standard property management solution (PMS) and MICROS 9700 Hospitality Management System (HMS) as the standard food and beverage point-of-sale solution for its 14 Millennium Hotel properties located in the United States.
AccuPOS separates front-end POS functions from back-end accounting functions. Provides clean, secure, more detailed accounting process
FX4, one of the largest Arby's franchisees in the nation, announces an agreement with Radiant Systems, Inc. to implement Radiant's POS solution in over 50 of the company's locations.
Thistle Hotels announces a partnership with MICROS-Fidelio UK Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of MICROS Systems, Inc., to upgrade its various legacy electronic-point-of-sale (EPOS) systems to the PCI compliant 9700 Hospitality Management Solution (HMS), across 30 locations in the UK.
Retailers could see a 45 percent sales lift by catching consumer attention through digital signage. Enterprising hotels and restaurants explore the possibilities.