Despite the down attendance at the 2009 National Retail Federation trade show, two very important observations stood out: people are still dining out despite the economy, and the overwhelming presence of self-service tech offerings continue to validate the solution as a cost center cutter.
The Lion & Rose British Restaurant and Pubs are using a RFID-based beverage tracker from Caption in an effort to curb lost profits at the tap.
PAR's sixth-generation point-of-sale hardware platform utilizes new design features and technology to offer operators a low total-cost solution.
FS/TEC 2009, held February 4-7, offers attendees a glimpse at some of the newest technology releases for the foodservice market. Couldn't make it to the convention? Hospitality Technology offers this round-up of some of biggest announcements that you missed from the show.
The new version Epson's Mobilink wireless receipt and label printer offers enhanced security, a ruggedized design and an extended warranty.
Dairy Queen International names HyperActive Technologies as its preferred drive-thru solutions provider and will install the vendor's QTimer in more than 3,000 locations.
HyperActive Technologies will offer the public a first-hand look at the vision technology that is used to power its drive-thru management system at FS/TEC 2009.
MICROS myCentral is a Web-based application that allows businesses to take orders online, over the phone and through mobile solutions.
MICROS' integrated digital menu boards and table management solutions are available within the current MICROS RES package at no additional software cost.
Management for the Snoqualmie Casino expects to streamline operations and control costs through the selection of integrated systems from Agilysys.