POS innovations stole the spotlight in September with tech firm solutions intended to bring a more memorable, secure experience to customers and a more memorable, secure ROI to hospitality businesses.
Representing the fastest technology application rollout by the coffee giant, it is now available on both iOS and Android devices at more than 7,400 company-owned stores across the country.
Apple Pay and EMV smart card is available to Ziosk casual dining partners beginning in 2016.
With the iPad/iPhone POS app created by a restaurant owner for restaurant owners, ShopKeep intends to expand its overall market share among independents.
It offers a seamless experience how customers want their fast food: across mobile devices, tablets and personal computers.
The historic property wanted both fixed and mobile POS solutions that would optimize food and beverage delivery in a variety of settings, as well as increase efficiency at its retail shops.
The TravelClick study correlates with projections that 2015 will be a record year for GDS hotel bookings; it also reinforces that the GDS is one of the highest average daily rate channels for maximizing RevPAR.
With mobile bookings forecast to account for 18 percent of all online travel bookings made in the US next year, 22 percent in Europe and 31 percent in China, it is crucial for hotels to maximize their chances of being booked.
The app-based technology company offered a money back guarantee if it does not increase their net revenue by 25 percent in 90 days by participating in the program.
Restaurants that rely on POS forecasts to create labor schedules typically reduce costs by 2-4 percent.