From biometrics to advanced forecasting tools, lodging and foodservice operators discuss the top technologies that are helping them to better manage their labor dollars while still meeting employees' needs.
Quick service restaurants that use PAR Exalt with TransNet can now process gift card transactions without a stand-alone terminal.
Several hundred customers at Serious Texas Bar-B-Q were subject to debit-card fraud or attempted fraud earlier this year, writes Shane Benjamin of The Durango Herald.
First Data's TransArmor solution replaces card data with a token number to preserve the value of card data for merchant business operations while removing all value for fraudsters.
Dairy Queen, Carl's Jr., and Buffalo Wings & Rings are among those operators topping point of sale headlines this month. Meanwhile, new solutions from the vendor community focused on encryption, payroll processing modules and more.
The HyperSafe Secure EFTSec Server 2.0 point-to-point payment data encryption system encrypts cardholder data during transaction processing, starting at the payment terminal and ending at a trusted point where the data is decrypted.
Magnolia Hotels leverages a PCI compliant, cloud-based property management system to secure sensitive information while centralizing proprietary guest data across five properties. The result: thousands upon thousands of dollars in additional revenue.
Dairy Queen Corp. has selected Vendor Safe Technologies as an endorsed and preferred provider of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard compliance solutions to its network of 5,000+ North American locations.
Although the new versions will not introduce any new major requirements, they will include a number of key updates and clarifications.
To avoid paying credit-card fees, some restaurants are taking plastic off of the menu. But can this strategy backfire? The New York Post's Selim Algar reports on this growing trend.