Upon opening, Stacked: Food Well Built will enable customers to look at meal options; design their own burgers, pizzas and salads; and pay for the meals via table-top iPads.
Orders and payments are transmitted to the POS in real-time, while menu data, pricing data, and tax data are transmitted to mobile apps and popular websites.
Hospitality operators looking to boost their operation’s green commitment should look at new point-of-sale technology. Hardware advancements, such as energy-efficient processors, plus innovative best practices help operators to conserve cash and natural resources.
Held January 9-12 in New York City, NRF's Retail Big Show showcased technology that aids not just retailers, but hotel and restaurant operators as well.
HT's annual New Tech Showcase looks at the latest products impacting the hospitality industry in 2011.
If your New Year's resolutions typically loose their “umph" by Groundhog Day, maybe it’s because the shadow of their past is haunting them. This year, HT offers a fresh approach to four technology projects that have been on many executives’ to-do lists for too long: menu labeling, social media, PCI, and table-side ordering and payment.
The global POS system providers will collaborate on hospitality mobility product development, sales and marketing.
More than 6,700 U.S. Starbucks locations, and 80 ARAMARK Higher Education sites in North America, have deployed MICROS' centrally-hosted Simphony POS software.
Endorsement comes on the heels of the enhanced RSPA certification program that includes not only company certification but individual certificate programs for support and sales specialists.
The latest installment of Hospitality Technology's monthly POS recap is chock full of PCI products and new hardware offerings, plus a variety of next-gen payment options being implement at Starbucks and McDonald's. If you missed these news-makers the first time around, be sure to check them out.