Panasonic System Solutions Company is now offering U.are.U fingerprint sensors from DigitalPersona as a field-upgradeable option on Panasonic's modular point of sale (POS) workstation, the Stingray JS-950.
With more than 78 company-owned restaurants, Burger King Restaurants of Canada selected MICROS as its POS provider for its complete enterprise solution, from software and hardware to localized, round-the-clock support.
Crosby Street Hotel guests can access nearly 100 movies, including many in HD and several still in theatrical release, through the hotel's KoolConnect system.
Lexmark broadens its line of laser printers to meet a wider range of customer needs with the release of the Lexmark T656dne, Lexmark X546dtn, C546dtn, E462dtn and the Lexmark X860 series.
A web-based back office solution is helping the 15-unit Wendy's franchisee Wen-Star Inc. to lower its food and labor costs through nightly variance reports and more.
VeriFone's VeriShield Protect complies with all fourteen data field encryption best practices defined by Visa.
The Pasadena CVB will offer Passkey as a complimentary service to groups using two or more Pasadena hotels with 400 room nights on peak.
Pizza Fusion named Revention as its POS partner because the solution enables the chain to easily analyze data to drive business decisions.
In hospitality, constant change is commonplace and it often lends itself to a breakdown in communication between an organization's accounts payable department and their multitude of vendors and suppliers. To avoid this breakdown, which can lead to missed shipments, transaction errors, and strained relationships, companies must implement procedures to maintain effective vendor relationships. Fortunately technology can help.
Hotel 1000 worked with multiple technology vendors to install a fiber optics connection to the property, thereby enabling a 100MB connection to the already installed future proof internal fiber network.