The new release helps restaurants serve customers more efficiently during rushes by providing automatic updates to quoted delivery/ready times based on kitchen production.
From computer controlled hotel rooms to remote drive-thru ordering centers and everything in between, new technology is hot. So why have many operators been so slow to jump on the technology bandwagon? Phil Mott, assistant professor at Kendall College's School of Hospitality Management, offers three common reasons.
BHI has enhanced its SecureConnect services to improve PCI compliance solutions and security for quick service restaurant operators.
Cape Sienna Resort's VingCard Signature RFID door locks allow for contactless guestroom entry, are compatible with next-generation NFC cell phones, and offer additional green benefits.
Incentient is launching a wireless handheld device that enables restaurant guests to search for wine by price, grape, year, country, region and more right at the table.
AURES now offers WÃ©o by POSLIGNE, a mobile solution for catering and hospitality that allows staff to take orders remotely.
Starbucks launches two new mobile apps designed for iPhone and iPod touch users that enable customers to find locations, manage their Starbucks Cards and more. Select stores in the U.S. will also begin testing a mobile payment function.
AmRest Holdings, operator of 104 Applebee's locations in the U.S., selects HotSchedules to significantly reduce the time it takes to develop staff schedules and manage shift changes and requests.
TabletKiosk introduces three new systems powered by Intel Atom Processors: the 7-inch eo a7330D Ultra-Mobile PC, the 7-inch eo TufTab a7230XD Rugged Ultra-Mobile PC and the 12.1-inch Sahara NetSlate a230T touch screenTablet PC.
The Sea Pearl Villas Resort in Phuket, Thailand has completed the installation of VingCard's Signature RFID contactless electronic door locks with NFC cell phone compatibility.