17 Must-Read POS Stories from July

By Christina Volpe, Associate Editor | August 09, 2011

Mobile point-of-sale may have continued to capture the majority of POS headlines from July, but the NCR/Radiant merger proved to biggest story of the month, with analysts predicting that it will help to catapult NCR into the restaurant and entertainment businesses by capitalizing on Radiant’s growing SaaS and subscription offerings. And as with last month, POS security continued to gain attention with a number of quick service operators tapping Managed Video as a Service and biometrics to help curb theft. These stories and more are related here in Hospitality Technology’s July point-of-sale recap.
 
Top Stories
  • Is the NCR/Radiant Deal a Win-Win?: The ink isn't yet dry on the NCR and Radiant deal, and the industry is already talking about how the merger will affect both companies' standing in the marketplace. Here's how each company is expected to benefit from the acquisition, plus the bottom line for hospitality end-users.
  • POS with Video Cuts Theft, Saves Thousands: Point-of-sale integrated video surveillance system helps the 100-unit Carl's Jr. and Hardee's franchisee, By the Rockies, to reduce loss, improve operations, and drive profit.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings Reduces POS Downtime: With the help of a computer management system, Buffalo Wild Wings franchisee RAMB Co. has been able to reduce its system downtime to almost zero, and experience a marked ability to improve customer satisfaction and manage costs.
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