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.
Ghai Management Services employs VendorSafe to help steel units against the threat of hackers.
The improved app from Urbanspoon teams with the James Beard Foundation, Eater, and The Village Voice to help diners make the most informed restaurant choices.
xTablet Rugged Tablet PC has been officially certified with Seiko Instruments printers to offer a turnkey solution for operators.
Operators are always on the lookout for better ways to engage with customers and to quickly adapt to business challenges. Thanks to a wide range of innovative technologies, business owners are able to that and much more.
Yogurt retailer has partnered with MICROS to enable customers to use smartphones to pay, redeem coupons, and receive discounts.
Increased flexibility enables Pegasus' hotel clients to maintain a global call center presence without expensive overhead.
Business Alliance equips Casio's POS Systems with PAX Secure SP30 PIN Pad and Mercury Payment Systems Software.
Swisscom has been tapped as the central network manager for five Mandarin Oriental Hotel European locations.