The MonkeyMedia catering solution was chosen for its ability to integrate with On The Border's POS and other third-party systems for credit cards, gift cards, accounting and above store reporting.
Subway, Popeye's and La Madeleine were just some of the foodservice operators that made POS headlines this month. Read about their stories, plus vendors' top technology releases, in November's point-of-sale news round-up.
The Magnolia Hotel in Texas and the Ramada Bayside Queens Conference Center in New York have also signed with the company to manage and support their wireless networks.
Seeing the potential vulnerabilities within its network, the pizza chain decided to make every location safe by mandating PCI compliance among its franchise community.
The custom hybrid solution at CityCenter is built around the Honeywell VMS and features multiple matrix systems spread across seven different head-end locations with monitoring in six separate monitor rooms.
The FaceCash mobile payment system will allows consumers in certain California SUBWAY locations to use their cell phones to make purchases at the point of sale.
As a Participating Organization, PAR will work with the Council to evolve the PCI Data Security Standard and other payment card data protection standards.
A recent telephone survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults reveals that 91 percent would not return to a business if their personal information was stolen.
Customers can use their mobile phones to pay for their bar or restaurant tabs thanks to an ARMA POS and TabbedOut integration.
The cameras enable 12-bit 5- and 3-megapixel color and image processing along with video analytics.