McDonald's now accepts Softcard mobile payments both in store and at the drive-thru.
The Smart Card Alliance has released a white paper stating how the U.S. payments industry can layer EMV chip, encryption and tokenization security technologies to help protect against card fraud.
Device enables digital customer engagement and touchless check-ins.
MasterCard partners with MLBAM to integrate new mobile payment technology; includes debut of Apple Pay at the World Series stadiums.
Cornell School of Hotel Administration study has revealed that restaurant customers are ready to depart from traditional payment methods.
Companies join forces to provide more global, more competitive end-to-end commerce solution for the travel industry.
Task Retail Technology & VeriFone to deploy Apple Pay functionalities to Rubio's Restaurants, Inc.
Retailers support efforts on PIN and chip cards and information sharing.
Pay with OpenTable launches in the DC Metro Area and will be available in a total of 20 U.S. cities before year end.
With the deadline for merchants to be capable of accepting EMV looming, the hospitality industry as a whole must take appropriate actions to be prepared. Those who don't have the ability to accept EMV credit cards and experiences a breach after that date, will likely bear the responsibility of the cost associated with the fraud. To help have a smooth transition, there are some key steps all operators should be taking prior to October 2015.