Deloitte's 18th annual Global Powers of Retailing report explores innovative consumer trends in travel and retail.
Hotels that innovate in response to evolving consumer preferences will find success in driving growth and profitability in 2015.
National Association of Federal Credit Unions says possible Chick-fil-A breach is a reminder that Congress must act to create national data security standard for retailers.
Apple Pay, payment industry initiatives and rising consumer demand for mobile payment all critical to growth.
Seven predictions from payment technology experts.
The UNOMedia 5 offers clock radio, enhanced music player and charging station able to simultaneously accommodate up to seven mobile devices.
New app functions allow guests to customize their restaurant experience from the palm of their hands.
Survey reveals what adults want from self-service POS systems.
In this annual report, Hospitality Technology investigates the trends and business drivers that are shaping the point of sale landscape. By querying the vendor community, HT recaps the latest innovations, reveals forward-looking plans for technology offerings in 2015, and gleans insights into what trends these suppliers impacting the POS. Also included are the results of the POS Software Reader Survey, where operators reveal plans for investment and features they are looking for in upgrades. Overwhelmingly, both operators and vendors agree the POS has been forever changed by the emergence of new mobile payment methods and the call for greater security – particularly as it relates to the EMV liability shift.
HT's annual Lodging Technology Study tracks budgets, business objectives, and investment allocation trends in hotel IT. This report incorporates feedback from hoteliers to produce a comprehensive and useful set of findings, diving significantly deeper into top goals and challenges for IT teams, the role of IT leaders in business strategy and planned investments for in-room, guest-facing and property systems. Sponsored.