The new papajohns.com features faster and easier ordering with enhanced graphics and the launch of a national online pizza customer loyalty program.
A new system powered by Omnivex can allow for hoteliers to generate revenue through the sale of on-screen ad space and by charging users a fee for the creation of customized postcards.
Maggiano's hopes to engage customers by testing location-based marketing and mobile wallet technologies in select locations.
The ODP 500 boasts a print speed of 200mm/second, automatic paper loading and cutting and a choice of 5 interfaces.
The home of the San Diego Chargers will utilize a mobility solution from Versatile Systems and Motorola to reduce response times related to incidents requiring security and medical assistance.
A partnership with Amadeus enables Pegasus and Utell customers to reach 90,000 travel agency points of sale in more than 190 countries worldwide.
Hypercom has also established and certified a secure facility for loading keys and digital certificates, as well as for product maintenance and repair.
The company plans to have approximately 2,000 hypo-allergenic rooms at 125 full-service properties.
A rebuilt McDonald's restaurant in Riverside, Calif., became the first McDonald's west of the Mississippi, and the fourth in the U.S., to seek LEED Gold certification.
The Telegraph reports that a projection system which turns tables into touch screens is being well-received by KFC customers in select U.K. locations, paving the way to add ordering capabilities.