Buffalo Wild Wings is working with Transaction Wireless' wGiftCard and wCentive solutions to power plastic and digital gift car purchases. The wGifcard will allow customers to virtually gift friends and family.
Lindner Hotels is putting 32 properties on a MICROS private cloud via a data center in Frankfurt, Germany. MICROS OPERA modules will allow hotel employees, distribution channels and partners access to real-time information.
Facebook followers staying at Westin Hotels can now access specially curated playlists via streaming and downloading. The application was developed in partnerhsip with on-site marketing solutions provider DMX.
The all-natural popcorn franchise, Doc Popcorn, has chosen pcAmerica's POS software, Restaurant Pro Express POS package. The new technology will replace the company's dated electric cash registers.
Faced with the daunting task of keeping about 170 employees' schedules up-to-date, Buffalo Wild Wings now turns to HotSchedules for all its scheduling needs. This implementation saves managers time, so they can focus on the bottom-line; a thriving business.
McDonald's has handed IT support services for 1,000 restaurants to Unisys in a five-year, $30 million deal. The deal, which covers Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific, is said to encompass end-to-end support of IT equipment in restaurants.
The IDeaS RMS' Best Available Rate (BAR) technology will allow The Claridges New Delhi to accurately quote the rate for their hotel rooms.
The solution will allow guests to use their personal devices and equipment for multimedia sharing and in-room entertainment.
Each month, Hospitality Technology recaps the top point-of-sale headlines from across the hotel and restaurant industry. In case you missed them the first time, read out to find out what happened in November.
Regents Hotels and Resorts has collaborated with Nucleus to create a new online platform that includes online booking, a media library, and incorporates e-marketing technology.