Hotels and restaurants are starting to think with a “mobile first” mentality for both processing transactions and personalizing the consumer experience. Inside this supplement, restaurants and hotels can evaluate the hottest mobile solutions in the marketplace to find ones that are the right fit for their businesses.
The CEO of tech-pioneering restaurant brand Stacked: Food Well Built talks about the decision to build one of the first iPad-based menus to empower guests.
HT offers its annual round-up of what’s new in the POS hardware space. This year, tech suppliers are focusing on rights-sized solutions that allow for flexibility, mobility, and increased security.
The restaurant solution integrates telephone orders, online ordering, table management, reservations, and ingredient-level tracking, with one early adopter reporting it cut down on excess inventory and gained a customer 'wow' factor.
Retaurants will reportedly be able to leverage consumer intelligence and engagement solutions to identify, understand and engage customers in a brand new way.
The Moneris integration enables Vigore POS users to begin accepting EMV credit and debit cards well ahead of the October 2015 liability shift.
Extreme Pizza is one of the first national restaurant chains to adopt eWOM’s new integration with Revention Point of Sales, HungerRush online ordering and mobile ordering applications.
Since implementing Compeat Advantage back office and accounting software, alongside its Aloha POS system, the restaurant company has reduced its food and beverage costs by two to three percent.
The summer is closing out with a mixture of POS news that all point to forward-thinking growth plans in the restaurant sector.
The joint effort comes on the scene as the FBI and other agencies warn about new strains of point-of-sale malware that can defeat standard security precautions.