HT reports on the ever-changing POS landscape, covering everything that will impact the point-of-sale in 2013. Leading point-of-sale software developers recap the advancements they've made to their platforms this year and share their innovation plans for 2013. Plus, HT reveals the results of the POS Reader Survey for in-demand features and purchasing plans.
Understanding the changes in payment security and processes is a daunting task for many operations, but smaller merchants and franchises are finding it particularly daunting. Third party providers are being employed to keep transactions flowing properly and to ensure that PCI requirements are being met.
HT's annual Lodging Technology Study reveals the trends, challenges, and priorities of hoteliers across a range of topics, including budgets and business drivers, in-room tech priorities, property management and back-of-house, and front-of-house tech. The findings from this research reveal both priority and satisfaction levels, exposing where technology performance is and is not meeting the needs of operators.
New POS software allows patrons to use mobile devices to order and pay.
A survey reveals that more than half of global companies don't take effective measures against breaches, citing lack of staffing and resources to improve IT security.
Visa information product provides powerful online fraud detection while minimizing friction for eCommerce transactions.
A flaw in Onity locks allows hackers to spoof the portable programmer device meant to be used for designating master keys and opening locks.
Mexican Restaurants, Inc. (MRI) has teamed with VendorSafe to ensure that all of the company's brands are PCI compliant.
PCI Special Interest Group offers guidance for identifying, analyzing and documenting risks to cardholder data.
Survey reveals that consumers are increasingly open to exploring new restaurant technologies with tablet and self-pay leading the way.