Hardee's franchisee, Boddie-Noell, knows what it takes to fully manage its customers' drive-thru experiences. The use of real-time drive-thru timers is helping to shave down drive-thru wait times and provide management with individual store performance indicators.
A hotel's central reservation system is the link to most sales opportunities. Learn how to boost bookings and revenue with a fine-tuned central reservations system.
Columbia Hospitality selects Maestro PMS as its corporate standard for its multi-property ASP capability and strong security.
Hotels fight the battle against workforce miscommunication with six system trends that are efficient and undetectable by guests. Text massaging, Blackberry-type devices and WiFi connectivity top the list.
Research conducted by the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research highlights the direct correlation between workforce scheduling practices and employee job satisfaction. Operators turn to technology to promote keep employees happy and boost guest return visits.
The latest releases in payment technology show continued focus on wireless and contactless solutions that promote payment security and efficiency. Cell phone enabled applications and wireless credit card readers are just some of the solutions on the market.
Hotels raise the guest satisfaction bar with in-room technology that promotes a superior guest experience. From loaner iTOUCHs to the next generation of customer relationship management, operators aim to impress through personalization.
CafÃ© Venture selects Transtar POS to provide multiple restaurant technology solutions for seven Fuddruckers locations in Texas.
Since launching its mobile Web ordering initiative in July of this year, Papa John's announces that it has hit the $1 million mark with the launch of its new iPhone application.
With only a few weeks left to 2008, Hospitality Technology looked at our data to countdown the 10 most read articles of the year. Point of sale, PCI and in-room technology are just some of the topics on this must-read list. Your peers have already read them, have you?