Loss prevention technology can help restaurants stop theft before it starts. Restaurant operators discuss their strategies for implementing a comprehensive loss prevention program.
Restaurants spend a third of their total IT budgets on POS technology, and the market is hot for new investments. Within the next two years, 35% of restaurants plan to replace their POS. This POS showcase keeps buyers up-to-date on new hardware and software releases, including: mobile POS; all-in-one units; cloud-based POS; POS integration and more. (Sponsored)
The 10th annual Hotel Technology Forum offered insights and valuable networking opportunities centered around the themes of loyalty, connectivity and integration. Here HT recaps just a few of the many highlights from HTF 2014.
Technology provides commission-free ordering so restaurants increase profits without raising prices.
Creating unique mobile experiences and driving desired behaviors is only part of the Mobile Engagement process.
IMEX Group and QuickMobile release findings of global event technology research study.
POS headlines range from the hot new rollouts at the NRA Show to the latest case studies in success with mobile, tableside and online ordering.
Resorts World Sentosa Singapore installs InvoTech UHF-RFID Uniform System.
Long Range Systems gives managers the ability to immediately respond to service issues.
OrderSnapp challenges current online takeout and delivery model and provides commission-free ordering so restaurants increase profits without raising prices.