Jack in the Box and Panda Restaurant Group to offer insight into the top technologies that will help operators to attract customers and drive growth at the Restaurant Executive Summit.
A partnership with Topguest allows Priority Club members to earn up to 50 points per day when they "check-in" on major location-based service applications like Foursquare, Twitter and more.
The launch of its Priority Club Rewards App for Android follows IHG's iPhone app success that has generated nearly $3 million in revenue since its April release.
To protect each restaurant's network, Cafe Rio Restaurants implemented a web filtering solution that restricts access to malicious websites, insidious malware, hackers and other potential threats.
IHL Group reports that even though North American transactions at self-service kiosks will surpass $740 billion in 2010, the rate of growth going forward may be tempered in favor of enabling consumer smartphones in the future.
The Westin Boston Waterfront's director of information technology retells the process that his hotel went through to provide its guests with unparalleled wireless service. Learn the inside story on their virtualized wireless LAN deployment.
Motorola's AP 6511 uses in-wall CAT5/6 cabling, so Wi-Fi coverage can be extended without the need to pull cables or drill holes, greatly reducing time, planning and labor costs required to provide ubiquitous wireless access.
As hackers continue to take advantage of unsuspecting restaurant operators, the need for security measures and PCI compliance becomes ever more important. Smoothie King's IT business solutions analyst, Russell Dardenne, offers three data security strategies.
Maestro's integrated real-time ResWave Booking Engine enables independent hoteliers to drive reservations from Twitter and Facebook, as well as the iPad and other mobile devices.
The application provides access to channel management solutions tailored specifically to the iPhone, hence making it easier for users to navigate.