HT covers all things relevant to your POS in 2012. Leading point-of-sale software developers recap the advancements they've made to their platforms this year, and share their innovation plans for 2012. Plus, HT reveals the results of the POS Reader Survey for must-have features.
Deloitte reveals that 85 percent of business travelers are going to take the same or more number of trips in 2012 as they did 2011.
The updated Expedia application is said to help customers quickly identify, book and research over 130,000 hotels from iPhone and Android devices.
A move to a standardized e-mail signature has allowed Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas to capitalize on critical mass e-marketing opportunities.
Launched four years ago, Domino's online orders topped 1M for the first time and the platform is now attributed to 30 percent of orders.
Vantage and its brands will undergo a transition to Sabre's CRS in February. The new implementation is said to run smoothly, causing no disruptions to hotels or guests.
Customers at Buffalo Wild Wings will be able to order both meals and drinks using a touchscreen menu on the restaurans iPad.
The WAND Digital solution has been installed in nearly twenty Smashburger corporate and franchise locations across the US. Going forward, all new corporate sites and most franchisees will follow suit.
Since Starbucks has expanded its mobile transactions, mobile pay, eGifting and Starbucks card platforms, the company has seen a net increase of more than 26 million its first year.
The Rivers Casino is using InvoTech's GIMS Uniform System UHF-RFID with technology. The solution not only simplifies the uniform reordering process, but allows for easy tracking.