New BEOND tablets include ability to play trivia against players at other Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants, send specific requests to server at the touch of a button.
According to a new Magnani Caruso Dutton study reveals the importance of mobile features.
With consumers becoming more and more reliant on mobile technology in every aspect of their lives, customer-initiated mobile payments is a natural progression for both hotels and restaurants. In the hospitality sector adoption of costumer-initiated mobile payments remains slow but steady. Restaurants and hotels dabble in mobile wallet as they wait for technology standards in the U.S. to catch up with EMV.
Smaller restaurant operators aren't typically able to finance robust technology roll-outs. In this Q&A, Lee Leet, Founder & CEO of QSR Automations, talks about DineTime, the company's new mobile app that has right-sized robust guest management tools for smaller, independent restaurants.
The survey's findings show that as budgets increase, opportunity emerges for restaurant technology to shift from responding to leading the business.
Proper pricing and distribution is a daily and hourly concern for hotels. Revenue managers discuss the latest technologies they are utilizing to increase visibility and drive value to their properties.
Software makes language issues disappear enabling staff members to instantly speak dozens of languages.
HyperActive's acquisition of Axoro's digital signage, content management and remote monitoring software will enhance offerings for quick-service restaurant market.
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group redesigns websites to accommodate shift of online traffic to mobile devices.
Revention has introduced a point of sale trade-in program.