The solution is a fully integrated POS system designed to push sales, with features such as a stock control system for treatment recipes, fast track sales, the ability to accept multiple currencies, and a fully integrated gift voucher system.
The dual offering gives restaurants a fully integrated pay-at-the-table mobile solution, subsequently speeding up service, reducing errors and fraud, and simplifying the payment process.
The technology is especially critical if employees and customers are accessing sensitive data while in a restaurant where an Internet connection is typically unsecured.
Partnership was created so small- to mid-size restaurants could leverage the payment processing and iPad point-of-sale (POS) systems for smarter, more efficient operations.
The hospitality company expects the software systems to speed turnaround times, allow guests to pay at the table quickly and securely, help streamline operations, maximize revenue potential and provide seamless guest service "from reservations to payment."
While much is made of payment security, foodservice and lodging companies also face added pressure to ensure that guests’ personal data is safe.
As the recently released 2015 Customer Engagement Technology Study illustrates, operators must find ways to integrate what guests want – such as mobility – with appropriate systems in ways that add value and convenience.
State-of-the-art tablet technology allows for instant in-room food and beverage ordering, bookings, guest communications, instantly updateable digital directories and tailored in-room advertising.
New research reveals a website menu does matter, as 86 percent of diners regularly check out menus online before dining out.
The company's loyalty program grew 28 percent from a year ago to 10.4 million, and 20 percent of U.S. transactions are now made using mobile devices.