POS HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Click to Order

3/1/2007
Tips for a successful online ordering system

Now and Later of Restaurant POS

11/1/2006
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.

A Step ahead

10/1/2006
QSRs turn to technology to improve speed and quality

Deep Dish POS

4/1/2006
Pizza chains use point-of-sale systems for more than just completing orders

Building Better Service

12/1/2005
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.

Power Users

10/1/2005
Not all foodservice operations are created equal. For some companies, high transaction volume, a large number of point-of-sale terminals, and complex orders necessitate a powerful POS with all the frills. HT talks to some of these power users to find out what they need to keep up and running.
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2014 Point of Sale Tech Showcase

6/5/2014
Restaurants spend a third of their total IT budgets on POS technology, and the market is hot for new investments. Within the next two years, 35% of restaurants plan to replace their POS. This POS showcase keeps buyers up-to-date on new hardware and software releases, including: mobile POS; all-in-one units; cloud-based POS; POS integration and more. (Sponsored)

LIVE EVENTS

2014 Restaurant Executive Summit
2015 Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference