Realizing that the one thing almost all Caesars’ employees had in common is that they carried a cell phone, the company recently launched theEMPLOYEEapp, which it branded CaesarsToday.
The partnership enables the two to deliver a secure, seamless platform that allows guests with appropriate authorization to bypass the front desk and use a smart device to enter their room.
The new talent management system also gives the company better insight into its recruiting process through advanced reporting and analytics.
The sandwich chain is also now offering guests the ability to order and pay online or via their mobile device.
Created to be a game changer for restaurants as they prepare for the upcoming liability shift on Oct. 1 of this year, the solution reduces the opportunity for criminals to steal and monetize card data.
Set to open 45 new restaurants by the end of 2015, Pita Pit was on a mission to update to a POS system that helped franchisees run more profitable stores by seeing daily trends, forecasting sales and tracking labor.
The TouchBistro app is reportedly ranked as the number-one top-grossing food and beverage app in 34 countries on the Apple App Store.
It's not just millennials who are using their mobile devices to research and book rooms – it's happening across all major consumer segments.
The yogurt-and-more chain chose the eMobilePOS software that turns Android and Apple iOS tablets into full-feature POS terminals to speed up food prep and checkout.
The deal will provide faster Internet services for guests, as well as network consolidation, backup, and protection, moving key business applications to the cloud over the next several years.