Gourmet quick service café speeds service, improves access to data and streamlines operations with Leaf, a tablet-based point of sale.
A new year means a time to identify new goals. Investigating the areas of most interest in hospitality reveals that focus on payments is reaching a fever-pitch, with the emergence of more mobile payment options. Also trending up is location-based technology but the one common denominator is mobility.
The growth of online ordering in the restaurant industry has been explosive as more and more operators are offering the option in order to remain competitive and meet the needs of today's tech savvy customers. Now online ordering is going mobile and growing at an even faster rate. From responsive websites to mobile apps, mobile ordering helps restaurants increase the bottom line and offer more convenience to customers.
HT's editorial advisory board puts a frame around the buzz-worthy technology making waves in their hotels and restaurants and offers their picks for most-promising technology.
Latest acquisitions enable Heartland Payment Systems to offer unique integrated commerce capabilities that are effective, secure and simple to use.
Gemalto reveals that data breaches increased to 1 billion data records compromised, with cybercriminals targeting identity theft as top breach category.
POS integration allows restaurant operators to gain new customization options to control the routing and display of every item and order on each kitchen display.
Restaurant waitlist app expands to new markets and platforms.
Five key technology trends shaping restaurant operations in the year ahead.
Tablet solutions and security make headlines in the point of sale landscape throughout the month of January.