This certification offers users of the Micro$ale POS system an alternative to existing integrated payment options, one which features flexible processor choice and complete control of the payment function.
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Advantage DLX label printers are used to print out delivery or carry out / take out order information and can also be used to track store inventory and materials.
Expansion to the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch products allows hoteliers alternative tools to leverage point of sale functions and enhance guest service.
Micros enables the 'Hotel of the Future' with Simphony, mycentral, and MICROS's latest integration with the iBAHN in-room dining solution.
Through this installation, The Grove will be able to consolidate information from its PMS, POS, spa, golf, dining, and sales & catering systems.
The contract endorses Merchant Link as an approved provider for IHG's franchisees in the U.S., covering more than 3,000 hotel properties.
The certification covers the company's fixed countertop and mobile payment terminals sold in markets throughout Europe, including the Optimum T4210-2.0 (dial), T4220-2.0 (Ethernet with dial), T4230-2.0 (GPRS with dial) countertop and M4230-2.0 GPRS and M4240-2.0 Bluetooth mobile card payment terminals.
The applications enable consumers to place orders directly from their iPhone and BlackBerry devices, while allowing restaurants to send specials, promotions and surveys directly to their customers.
Shifting consumer expectations, a brightening economy, and a bevy of up-and-coming applications are kicking once stalled hospitality self-service initiatives back into gear. Read about these trends and more in Hospitality Technology's annual Self-Service Technology Study.