The FaceCash mobile payment system will allows consumers in certain California SUBWAY locations to use their cell phones to make purchases at the point of sale.
Subway and IPC named ParTech its 2010 Rookie of the Year for outstanding performance in technology.
As a Participating Organization, PAR will work with the Council to evolve the PCI Data Security Standard and other payment card data protection standards.
Customers can use their mobile phones to pay for their bar or restaurant tabs thanks to an ARMA POS and TabbedOut integration.
Value-added management and monitoring tools are among some of the benefits that ADS customers can expect through the POS payment integration.
Transaction processing technologies dominated POS tech releases in October, while restaurateurs related how online ordering, labor management modules and POS-integrated video have affected their operations.
The loyalty platform can leverage a client's existing Xpient Iris POS, to conduct advanced behavioral campaigns and reporting against a customer's transactions, in real-time.
Inventory Control automates purchases, provides precision reporting and includes an initiative called FIT (Fast Implementation Tools), which helps users bring applications online faster and with fewer resources.
One store owner praises the Panasonic Lite-ray POS workstation, which is currently being installed in all Cold Stone Creamery locations, for its speed of service and upselling abilities.
In addition to the mobile payment feature, the app allows customers to manage their card account, reload their card balance directly from their smartphone with a major credit card, check their My Starbucks Rewards status, or find nearby Starbucks stores.