Not Your Average Joe's boosts customer satisfaction and loyalty by using a new customizable mobile survey to immediately receive and respond to customer feedback.
Decision Logic's software enables customers to access in-depth reporting on sales, costs and menu-mix trends when and where it's most convenient to them.
Subway, Popeye's and La Madeleine were just some of the foodservice operators that made POS headlines this month. Read about their stories, plus vendors' top technology releases, in November's point-of-sale news round-up.
The Magnolia Hotel in Texas and the Ramada Bayside Queens Conference Center in New York have also signed with the company to manage and support their wireless networks.
Ariane's Allegro Web-Mobile-Kiosk Check-in/out Solution enables guests to check in and out of a hotel from their personal computer or via mobile devices like smartphones, iPads or Android Tablets.
The Australian-based company hopes to capture North American sales through the opening of a new office and the promotion of Xchangexec, a globally scalable POS application with a securely hosted management suite.
Seeing the potential vulnerabilities within its network, the pizza chain decided to make every location safe by mandating PCI compliance among its franchise community.
Expedia hopes to accelerate mobile app development, while further enabling travelers worldwide to shop and book while on the go.
Famous Dave's, Lettuce Entertain You, Bravo Brio Restaurant Group, Hello Pasta and Silver Diner are among the many restaurant brands that are embracing Exit41's online, Facebook and mobile applications.
E-mail and e-mail-enabled smartphones have certainly eased the delivery of information to hotel guests, but what happens when a guest does not own a smartphone? The Renaissance Mayflower hotel's concierge team has responded to this barrier with the addition of a text messaging solution.