Restaurant operators put new POS devices to the test
Tips for a successful online ordering system
Reliability, speed and scalability at the POS
These days, more and more restaurants are taking advantage of point-of-service (POS) technology, replacing cash registers with fully integrated, PC-based systems. In many cases, the technology is staying well ahead of customer demand, as most users report they are utilizing only a percentage of the available features, but talk excitedly about moving forward in the future with the introduction of several of the additional features being offered by providers.
QSRs turn to technology to improve speed and quality
Casual restaurants adopt wireless POS with service in mind.
Pizza chains use point-of-sale systems for more than just completing orders
As dependence on the POS grows, expectations rise
Part I: The do-it-yourself ethic hits lodging
In restaurant settings, POS systems typically handle food orders, operate as smart cash registers, and perform other mission-critical functions such as labor management, scheduling, food ordering/inventory and even accounting.