ZyXEL Communications intros service for wireless internet for hospitality venues.
RoamBoost helps two Orlando Hiltons boos guest satisfaction and loyalty.
FCC debating issues that will affect your pocketbook and change the way people communicate in your property.
Businessweek reports that McDonald's Corp. is attempting to lure millennial diners with a mobile application.
Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs forecasts a 560 percent increase in data traffic on metro networks by 2017, driving a major shift in network design.
QSR Automations has enhanced its comprehensive iPad guest management app.
New feature allows guests to skip the line and order meals faster.
Hospitality Technology's annual POS Software Trends Report polls restaurant operators about the major business drivers influencing point of sale technology, and asks them about the functionality they'll be shopping for in their next POS upgrade. Plus the POS software vendor community reveals their 2014 plans. This year's results overwhelmingly indicate that restaurant operators and suppliers alike are focusing on mobile POS strategies, and are looking to add everything from mobile payment to tablet-based ordering to their repertoires.
HT dives deep into data with publication of the 4th Annual Lodging Technology Study and the Point of Sale Software Trends Report.
Sprawling ski resort turns to Agilysys and Toshiba for a POS solution that delivers a service advantage in a demanding environment. Technology is helping Vail manage its diversity and growth, in particular through the use of a single, integrated point-of-sale (POS) system that allows the company to easily bring new properties online while still offering uninterrupted service to guests.