Silicon Valley Bank survey finds tech companies preparing for when, not if, cyber attacks occur.
Fast-casual dining chain Wow Bao is busting out of traditional brick-and-mortar restaurant ops to embrace multi-channel sales. The Asian-inspired eatery just celebrated its 10 millionth sale, not only out of its four Chicago-area locations, but also through pop-ups, online ordering with bicycle delivery or nationwide shipping, festivals, stadiums, and even grocers’ freezers. Geoff Alexander, EVP and managing partner, credits a willingness to embrace technology as one key piece of WowBao's growth. In an exclusive interview, Alexander shares that story with HT.
Next generation locks are not only standing guard against theft with high-tech capabilities, but are also helping to streamline overall room control and monitoring. Benefits range from greater reliability, to interrogation capabilities, to remote access and control.
Tableside ordering is emerging as a viable way for restaurants to yield faster table turns and increase sales. While adoption has been slow, technology advancements and the coming push for mobile payments are leading some restaurants to bring technology directly to the dining table.
Hideaway Pizza selects March Networks Retail Video Surveillance Solution for loss prevention and operational excellence.
Between the adoption of smart phones and the upcoming overhaul to U.S. credit cards (moving from magstripe to CHIP), merchants can expect to see a significant amount of innovation from POS and payment vendors. MICROS, for one, recently announced a global integration initiative with PayPal’s mobile payment options. And for tableside payment, Canada-based Eigen Development is showcasing its MiraPOS that reduces PCI scope and is EMV capable. Get the full details on these two solutions in this month’s Payment Tech Profile.
New system helps merchants get paid via their mobile device, wherever business takes them.
Mobility, loyalty integration, security and a new partnership made for hot headlines throughout August.
Multiple MICROS hospitality and retail POS platforms used in hundreds of thousands of merchant locations around the world will soon offer the ability to seamlessly work with the PayPal mobile application.
Version 3.0 to focus on flexibility, education and awareness, and security as a shared responsibility.