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Restaurants Make the Move to Tableside POS

5/6/2014
According to HT's 2014 Restaurant Technology Study, tableside ordering and payment devices are the single largest growth area in full service restaurants, with a third of respondents planning a rollout by the end of next year. Vendors are rolling out new solutions — including those that are mounted at the table and those that servers carry — that allow for mobile payment, faster table turns, upselling and more. Restaurant operators are turning towards tableside devices to incorporate payment functionality while enjoying longer battery life, upselling and more.

Q&A: Hotel System Integration

5/6/2014
Combining property management with other management systems is a necessary next-step for hoteliers to achieve the level of operational efficiency and data control they are seeking. In a roundtable Q&A, HT reached out to several industry executives to find out where the industry stands on system-wide integration.

2014 Security Showcase

5/6/2014
HT is putting the focus on security solutions for the hotel and restaurant industries in this special showcase. This report covers a variety of security-related technology solutions, highlighting the features and functionality of each one a reader-friendly format. These comprehensive solutions offer achievable ways to bolster datasecurity in hotels and restaurants. (Sponsored)

MURTEC 2014 Recap: Restaurants on Road to 3.0 Innovation

5/6/2014
The 19th annual MURTEC boasted a record number of 630+ food service and technology executives on site to meet for three days of valuable networking and idea sharing. This year's program was built around the 3.0 concept: "Restaurants 3.0: Keeping Pace with Rapid Innovation." Here HT recaps just a few of the many highlights from MURTEC 2014.
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2014 Customer Engagement Technology Study

8/6/2014
Hospitality Technology's "2014 Customer Engagement Technology Study" tracks the use and effectiveness of mobile, location-based, and social technologies in hotels and restaurants. Highlights include implementation plans for 2015, and details on how hotels and restaurants are using mobile and digital technologies to engage guests. Want to know what features are available on restaurant mobile websites and mobile apps? Or how hotels are managing and measuring social media? These insights and more are inside!

LIVE EVENTS

2014 Restaurant Executive Summit
2015 Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference