Panera Bread launched its Panera 2.0 concept which sought to have stores rely on fully-integrated technology to speed up and thereby improve the customer experience by removing friction points for ordering, picking up and paying for food. In this interview, Panera's Sr. Vice President and CIO John Meister talks about the technology behind Panera 2.0, including custom-built POS software and the integrations that empowered a faster front-of-house to ramp up production in the back of the house.
Samsung Pay uses tokenization, Samsung KNOX, and fingerprint authentication to provide secure payments.
POS innovations stole the spotlight in September with tech firm solutions intended to bring a more memorable, secure experience to customers and a more memorable, secure ROI to hospitality businesses.
Representing the fastest technology application rollout by the coffee giant, it is now available on both iOS and Android devices at more than 7,400 company-owned stores across the country.
Apple Pay and EMV smart card is available to Ziosk casual dining partners beginning in 2016.
With the iPad/iPhone POS app created by a restaurant owner for restaurant owners, ShopKeep intends to expand its overall market share among independents.
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.
AT&T provides the global connectivity, while the hardware and patented technology is supported by LugTrack.
Available for iOS devices, this new reader accepts Apple Pay, other contactless NFC payments, traditional magnetic stripe credit cards and is EMV-capable.
The partnership enables the two to deliver a secure, seamless platform that allows guests with appropriate authorization to bypass the front desk and use a smart device to enter their room.