Light-based beaming solution enables POS laser scanners to read barcode-based data on Android smartphones for true retail mobile wallets, meaning payment apps can now carry loyalty cards, membership cards, gift cards, tickets, vouchers and coupons.
The network was designed to ensure multi-carrier and multi-technology support, allowing for additional carriers to be easily added to the network.
Created to be as simple to use as a music playlist, Count helps restaurants like Dust Bowl Brewing Company control food costs, queue up orders automatically, and eliminate hours of inventory work.
Next phases in integration and partnerships in innovation make summertime POS-related headlines.
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.
New research reveals a website menu does matter, as 86 percent of diners regularly check out menus online before dining out.
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.