Release 4.0 of NEXTEP's Deli 1-2-3 self-ordering product suite includes greater support for handheld line busting tablets, kiosks, and online ordering.
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The OLC15 V touchscreen by POSLIGNE is designed for installation on fixed or articulated arms, poles or brackets to free up space on the cash desk and lessen the distance between cash desk staff and customers.
Tar Heel Capital, operator of 76 Wendy's locations is reducing instances of fraud and slashing costs with the implementation of DigitalPersona's U.are.U fingerprint readers at the POS.
The Sheraton Society Hill Hotel in historic Philadelphia is seeing a significant reduction in its liquor costs though the implementation of Capton's RFID beverage tracker solution.
Star Micronics' multifunction HSP7000 printer series is now supported by Microsoft's dynamic retail management system to provide small and mid-market operators with a complete POS solution.
Hospitality Technology scours the POS vendor marketplace to find out the latest innovations in POS software. Bundled offerings, new third-party integrations, and simplified user interfaces are just some of the newest updates.
The Arby's franchise, United States Beef Corporation, partners with EMN8 to install self-service ordering kiosks that seamlessly integrates with the operator's POS for real-time, high volume order processing.
Restaurateurs looking to let customers order online can now get a free Web site when they choose BigHoller as their online ordering solution.
To more efficiently track sales data, Philly's Best installed Sharp UP-700 POS terminals in 20 of their locations and worked with Sharp to program each terminal with the Sharp Intelligent Data Enterprise service to more efficiently track daily sales data.