When shopping for point of sale printers, operators need to consider several very important criteria that will greatly impact restaurant operations upon installation. Learn why printer speed, marketing functions and more should be at the top of your POS printer purchasing checklist.
For the twelfth year in a row, Hospitality Technology is tracking information technology trends within the restaurant industry by providing readers with a historical glimpse of technology data so that they can easily track these trends as they develop. Learn how operators rank point of sale functions, peripherals, PCI DSS compliance, and more.
The TSP100ECO provides users with a selection of features that promise to reduce negative environmental effects, chief among which is a sophisticated power management system.
wagamama has teamed up with MICROS to deploy a smart phone application that is connected directly to its MICROS POS, enabling customers to place and pay for carry-out orders.
Spreading the word about restaurant promotions and events that both reach the right market and are successful can be a big challenge for operators. Learn how a point of sale-integrated loyalty program and some social networking savvy can help.
The new payment processing security feature of Radiant's Aloha POS relies on the token replacement of credit card numbers to reduce the burden of PCI compliance.
T.G.I. Friday's is using a tokenization technology to remove customer credit card data at the point of sale, and instead house that information in Merchant Link's secure "vault."
Chili's new online ordering tool allows guests to fully manage their individual ordering experiences by enabling patrons to order exactly what they, establish pick-up times, and even pay online.
The BarMaster is an alcohol beverage management, inventory control and loss prevention system that enables total tracking of every ounce of alcohol from top shelf, to stockroom to the POS for bars, nightclubs, restaurants, hotels, casinos and sports venues.
MURTEC 2010 kicks off tomorrow in Las Vegas and promises to offer its audience of more than 200 restaurant professionals a powerful lineup of high-profile executives and more.