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.
A Starwood property manages customer interactions with a mobile app designed by m-Hospitality.
Bertucci's has deployed MICROS enabling webOrdering plus data intensive reporting with inventory and labor management functionality.
Vertical Systems, Inc. has introduced four mAPPs to change hotel management to correspond to guests’ booking habits.
VingCard Elsafe's VISIONLINE has scored the U.S. patent for its innovation of proprietary wireless networking platform that connects electronic devices and disparate systems within the hotel environment.
Hospitality Technology magazine recaps the cream of the crop in POS stories from the month of March. From online ordering to customizable options, hotel and restaurant operators seek forward-looking tech for the point of sale.
Customers want information transparency -- they want their hotel experience to be customized to meet their preferences and needs -- and they want to stay connected using any device from anywhere within the facility. Managed services can help meet these needs, helping hotels provide an efficient network infrastructure to carry their information quickly, reliably and securely.