The dual offering gives restaurants a fully integrated pay-at-the-table mobile solution, subsequently speeding up service, reducing errors and fraud, and simplifying the payment process.
The average price selected by trivago.com users with IPhones and IPads is $166/night, while for Android users, the average price for a searched hotel is $134/night, a difference of 24 percent.
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The company's loyalty program grew 28 percent from a year ago to 10.4 million, and 20 percent of U.S. transactions are now made using mobile devices.
Elastic pricing, granular pricing and personalized pricing are all behind the solution for getting the right deal to the right persona.
According to Homebase, 90 percent of retail and restaurant scheduling is still handled on paper or in Excel, increasing the likelihood of errors and noncompliance with local labor laws.
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The pros and cons of offering free Wi-Fi and its effect on a restaurant's bandwidth, the use of KDS versus Kitchen Printers, Cloud POS and all-in-one restaurant support solutions were the subject of debate at MURTEC 2015.
Mobile apps for loyalty points and rewards, free Wi-Fi, and mobile ordering and payment will grow more important in the years ahead.
Ideal for local brick-and-mortar shops and mobile businesses, the lightweight, compact and wireless reader can be utilized as part of a countertop POS or slipped into a pocket to accept contactless and EMV payments on the go.