Restaurant are learning how to use connected technology to attract customers, deliver better experiences, and convince customers to keep coming back.
While there are many methods companies undertake to prevent data loss, it's inevitable for every business at some point. Businesses in hospitality, with their millions of customers and infinite amounts of private data, are not immune to data loss, but they can prepare by investing in a complete and cohesive disaster recovery solution that ensures that lost data won't result in lost reputations.
Vexilor, the agile POS by Givex integrates with VeriFone's PAYware Ocius managed payments service to enable card acceptance in the UK and Ireland.
Expedia gives travelers more choice and flexibility in hotel payments with partnership with Coinbase.
P.F. Chang's China Bistro is investigating claims of a data breach involving credit and debit card data reportedly stolen from restaurant locations nationwide.
White Lodging plans to implement a number of systems that are integrated with the property's guestroom energy management system to maximize guest service and energy savings.
Restaurants spend a third of their total IT budgets on POS technology, and the market is hot for new investments. Within the next two years, 35% of restaurants plan to replace their POS. This POS showcase keeps buyers up-to-date on new hardware and software releases, including: mobile POS; all-in-one units; cloud-based POS; POS integration and more. (Sponsored)
Loss prevention technology can help restaurants stop theft before it starts. Restaurant operators discuss their strategies for implementing a comprehensive loss prevention program.
Hotel executives discuss the solutions they are using to provide robust, secure connectivity for both guest-facing and back-office networks across property.
Breckenridge Grand Vacations cuts online booking time by 50 percent with a flash-accelerated storage solution.