Restaurant are learning how to use connected technology to attract customers, deliver better experiences, and convince customers to keep coming back.
YOTEL has deployed the StayNTouch property management system Mobile Overlay Platform.
The mobile and web-based technology from Zuppler lets guests review menus and place orders for in-room delivery from popular local restaurants. The service is available at more than 250 Choice Hotels locations.
Both Buuteeq and HotelNinjas will belong to the same part of Priceline focusing on providing B2B services to hotels
The pizza delivery chain plans to introduce a function on its mobile app that lets customers place orders by speaking with a computer-generated voice named Dom.
Starbucks has teamed with Duracell to position Powermat wireless charging stations in stores in San Francisco Bay area.
While there are many methods companies undertake to prevent data loss, it's inevitable for every business at some point. Businesses in hospitality, with their millions of customers and infinite amounts of private data, are not immune to data loss, but they can prepare by investing in a complete and cohesive disaster recovery solution that ensures that lost data won't result in lost reputations.
Vexilor, the agile POS by Givex integrates with VeriFone's PAYware Ocius managed payments service to enable card acceptance in the UK and Ireland.
Expedia gives travelers more choice and flexibility in hotel payments with partnership with Coinbase.
Rollout puts 45,000 Ziosk tablets in the hands of guests at 823 Chili's restaurants nationwide.