The summer is closing out with a mixture of POS news that all point to forward-thinking growth plans in the restaurant sector.
The joint effort comes on the scene as the FBI and other agencies warn about new strains of point-of-sale malware that can defeat standard security precautions.
The western coffee chain was searching for a cutting-edge solution that would modernize the customer experience, integrate with their current loyalty system and assist with business management.
The $22M renovation with networked energy management system stays a step ahead of the Texas state capitol's environmental conservation mandates.
The sandwich chain is also now offering guests the ability to order and pay online or via their mobile device.
Created to be a game changer for restaurants as they prepare for the upcoming liability shift on Oct. 1 of this year, the solution reduces the opportunity for criminals to steal and monetize card data.
Set to open 45 new restaurants by the end of 2015, Pita Pit was on a mission to update to a POS system that helped franchisees run more profitable stores by seeing daily trends, forecasting sales and tracking labor.
Designed for highly populated public areas such as hotel lobbies, DoubleLock turns the iPad into a secured informational kiosk or digital signage screen.
The deal will provide faster Internet services for guests, as well as network consolidation, backup, and protection, moving key business applications to the cloud over the next several years.
Pending the pilot completion, the company additionally plans to integrate rGuest Stay with rGuest Pay to deploy a seamless PMS and payment gateway solution that will offer secure EMV.