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.
Some New York City locations are covering their electrical outlets as a way to discourage customers from mooching off their free Wi-Fi for hours at a time.
To meet growing guest demands for HSIA, the 23 property Larkspur Hotels & Restaurants is replacing its legacy network of access points with Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi indoor products.
A new program allows smartphone users to access concession deals and special offers for 85 different stores and restaurants via Foursqure and Facebook Places.
Subway announces plans to roll out a global platform that will allow consumers to order meals from their phones for pick up at the nearest Subway restaurant.