A long-time partnership between Bertucci's and MICROS expands to include online ordering and data intensive reporting with inventory and labor management functionality.
As guests' demands for greater online access continue to rise, security issues are a top concern for hoteliers. With increased expectations involving iPad check-in and online booking, the online experience is subject to risks. A mass approach to security could be the solution to transform hospitality IT and close gaps that can lead to data breaches.
A new alliance between tech providers yields a new front desk bypass solution.
Touchscreen efficiency eliminates redundancies at the point of service and is now offered as part of Harbortouch's Free POS System Program.
An in-suite virtual concierge system from Toushay, Inc. is deployed to enhance the customer experience at Air Canada Centre.
Uptown Network releases its "Personal Sommelier" that has far-reaching impact for hospitality and retail venues.
Restaurants across the U.S. are embracing handheld devices for tableside ordering and payment as the plentiful options become more affordable.
The results of the 14th Annual Restaurant Technology Study reveal that the rebounding economy is encouraging operators to loosen purse strings and invest in updating management technologies.
With reports piling up, lengthy wait times, inefficient labor costs, and food spoilage all translating to lost profits, restaurants need back office technologies in order to be successful. Operators are looking for systems to streamline the back-of-house. HT's 2012 Back Office Showcase offers insights into the latest technologies that will ultimately provide control and improve margins.
AMResorts offers free mobile apps to allow guests to stay connected via smartphone and iPads without hefty roaming fees.