This month's POS recap covers the latest mobile POS releases, how one St. Louis sports bar was able to increase per table revenue by 10 percent, and eight other can't miss stories.
Excerpts from more than 25,000 Zagat reviews will now be featured prominently on Urbanspoon, giving users even more rich content about local restaurants.
The new mobile application takes a different approach to restaurant recommendations by offering results based on the learned likes and dislikes of each individual, as well as his or her friends.
A uniform tracking and distribution that utilizes RFID is expected to increase efficiency and save staff time.
Tableside self-service ordering and payment solution provides patrons of the St. Louis sports bar with more control over their dining experience, resulting in increased satisfaction, higher server tips and increased per table revenue.
The paperless system which puts QR codes for city tourist attractions on travelers' smartphones is now available in New York City, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco.
The addition of two Telepresence rooms, powered by AT&T, will help employees to make decisions faster and more efficiently.
Point-of-sale vendor RedCat has launched a hospitality-specific application provides restaurants and franchises the opportunity to extend their brand through mobile ordering and targeted advertising.
The application enables uses to find and share information on hotel rooms to secure the best room to fit their needs.
Award-winning AAA Five Diamond property in North Carolina puts luxury hotel and spa services at guests' fingertips via customized Umstead Connect app.