McDonald's claims that the payment system, which will be launched by the end of this summer, will be one of the largest roll-outs of contactless technology in the UK.
Plagued with multiple wireless networking challenges including low signal strength in parts of the hotel and radio frequency interference, the Sheraton Springfield Monarch Place Hotel needed a solution that would not only quell guest complaints, but future-proof the hotel for guests' increasing bandwidth needs.
Nearly 6,800 U.S. company-operated Starbucks can now accept mobile payments as a result of successful tests in Seattle, Northern California, New York and more than 1,000 U.S. Target stores.
For the first time outside of North America, customers can access Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online in 40 markets and 41 languages.
CipherOptics changes name to Certes Networks, Inc, and unveils new data security plan for customers migrating distributed networking to the cloud.
Wow Bao's managing partner, Geoff Alexander, offers an inside look at the mobile marketing strategy that has helped the Lettuce Entertain You restaurant concept to increase revenue and customer loyalty. Plus, gain four insights on how to best manage your mobile efforts.
Built on Apple Xcode, ISISPOS allows servers to take orders, credit card payments and more via an iPad.
Food trucks from NY to LA have a new way to reach hungry customers: through their smartphones.
Studio Movie Grill, a Dallas-based dinner and cinema chain, is leveraging handheld ordering and payment solutions to serve more than 1,300 customers per hour. Learn how these solutions have helped the chain to boost customer spending and significantly reduce labor costs.
The hosted solution provides point-to-point encryption, cloud-based decryption and tokenization to large merchants looking for a comprehensive security solution.