In this highly anticipated annual report, Hospitality Technology queries restaurant technology executives and the vendor community to get a broad view of what trends are driving the point of sale landscape. Restaurant execs were asked to share what features they're most looking for in their next POS software upgrade plus the business goals that are driving those investments. HT also tapped the vendor community to provide highlights of 2015 offerings, forward-looking plans and predictions for what trends will impact the POS. The result is a comprehensive look at what factors will be effecting change at the point of sale.
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Consumer expectations and demands drive the need for mobile options to go beyond payment alone. As operators seek to find ways to maximize the potential of payment platforms, they look to integrate other features with the payment component such as loyalty and order-ahead capabilities.
Samsung Pay now supports 50 popular merchant gift cards in new gift card store including Domino's.
Global survey by Gemalto reveals impact of data breaches on customer loyalty.
Payment platform provides point to point encryption (P2PE) of credit card data, greatly reducing PCI compliancy requirements for merchants.
Dunkin' Donuts' newest digital payment option enables guests to purchase, gift or reload virtual Dunkin' Donuts Cards via iPhone.
eleat app gives customers real-time access to menus and ability to order and pay from table or remotely.
Point-of-sale headlines focus on security issues and expanding mobile capabilities.