A suite of solutions from MICROS will provide the New Meadowlands Stadium with an event management system that delivers the BI and operational efficiencies to drive overall revenue, decrease operating costs, and enhance the fan experience.
The managed video service will allow Bombay Bowl management to remotely monitor operational procedures through a simple web interface to get an unfiltered view of actual operations and the customer experience.
Cloud computing has been a buzz word for the past year or more, but what does it really mean to the hospitality industry? HT reveals how operators are leveraging it keep costs down, drive loyalty and become more agile in executing business strategies.
A panel of restaurant operators shares their thoughts on the benefits and challenges of using open source software, as well as whether or not they think this technology has the potential to grab a share of the restaurant POS market.
In an exclusive interview with HT, Chipotle Mexican Grill's director of IT, Frank Daidone, and executive director of IT & training, Joel Chrisman, share the story behind their company's migration from outsourced to in-house tech support, along with some of the significant wins that have resulted from its internal structure.
After having experienced several years of positive growth in the early 2000s, the North American hospitality point of sale terminal market suffered contractions in both 2008 and 2009. However, the reins on spending look to be loosening for 2010. The IHL Group tells all.
This annual Hospitality Technology supplement showcases the latest features and functions from leading point of sale software vendors to assist operators in their search for the perfect POS products.
To help restaurateurs better understand and reduce the costs associated with their credit card processing, the National Restaurant Association announced the development of an interactive online calculator for use by its members and the restaurant industry at large.
Carisch, Inc., is testing WAND Corporation's Digital Menu Board solution in a newly remodeled Wisconsin location which features 42-inch LG Electronics commercial grade screens controlled by WAND technology, also utilizing WAND NextGen POS software.
For Tabe Foods' fleet of mobile catering trucks, a cash-only payment system presented several drawbacks for business, including difficulty in monitoring sales, preventing theft and more. Learn about the mobile POS and payment engine that is helping to drive profitability for this San Diego staple.