Cal'z Pizza, a chain of nine restaurants located in Virginia, needed to update their 10-year old DOS POS system. Their selection of FireFly Technology's Phoenix POS provides them with the speed and Web capabilities that they were looking for in order to drive business.
The J2 650 point of sale (POS) computer can be configured as a thin client terminal, a midrange thick client, or high-speed server, and promises to deliver both performance and versatility.
Green Edge Systems, Inc.'s All-In-One Monitoring wireless temperature monitoring system for food services provides monitoring services to refrigeration systems in addition to their existing alarm monitoring services without the need for upgrade their current alarm monitoring equipment.
Three properties owned by the Maryland-based B.F. Saul Company Hotel Division are to implement real-time flight information digital signage from FlyteBoard.
The ARIA Resort & Casino, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas and The Harmon will debut custom guestroom automation by Control4. One-touch guestroom controls, customized guest greetings, and networked guestroom devices are just some of the technology plans.
The current economic climate poses the opportunity for operators to tap into one of their most needed resources: employees and staff. Thanks to web-based employee engagement programs, operators can transform their staff into profit centers by analyzing feedback and data that will lead to increased efficiency and guest satisfaction.
TokenWorks Inc. introduces the IDVisor Z22 MSR ID Scanner, a low-cost, portable magnetic stripe computer for driver's license age verification and student/corporate ID verification.
82nd Street Wireless now offers free hosting for users of it's public wi-fi hotspot software. Restaurants and cafes can now benefit by attracting wireless guests via free online directories and by selling access.
Kiawah Island Golf Resort's new website invites users to upload and share their Kiawah moments via videos, photos and blogs.
According to a new study released by Cornell University, a substantial majority of hotels are not using all the possible tools to maintain their network's security.