As the hospitality industry faces the end of magnetic stripe credit cards, operators must prepare for a new era of payment processing that will necessitate hardware and software upgrades.
Restaurants across the U.S. are embracing handheld devices for tableside ordering and payment as the plentiful options become more affordable.
AMResorts offers free mobile apps to allow guests to stay connected via smartphone and iPads without hefty roaming fees.
Hospitality Technology magazine recaps the cream of the crop in POS stories from the month of March. From online ordering to customizable options, hotel and restaurant operators seek forward-looking tech for the point of sale.
The Hotel Brussels has implemented the OpenWays Mobile Key allowing guests to skip the front desk line and go right to their rooms.
Ghai Management Services employs VendorSafe to help steel units against the threat of hackers.
The improved app from Urbanspoon teams with the James Beard Foundation, Eater, and The Village Voice to help diners make the most informed restaurant choices.
Operators are always on the lookout for better ways to engage with customers and to quickly adapt to business challenges. Thanks to a wide range of innovative technologies, business owners are able to that and much more.
Yogurt retailer has partnered with MICROS to enable customers to use smartphones to pay, redeem coupons, and receive discounts.
The Washington State Convention Center has selected PSAV as its provider of event technologies.