Hospitality Technology magazine takes a look back at the top point of sale stories from April. Customized mobile apps and tableside ordering are just the tip of the ice berg when it comes to streamlining the point of sale with new technology.
Allied Wallet has announced that it has added Diners Club cards to its list of accepted payments.
As guests' demands for greater online access continue to rise, security issues are a top concern for hoteliers. With increased expectations involving iPad check-in and online booking, the online experience is subject to risks. A mass approach to security could be the solution to transform hospitality IT and close gaps that can lead to data breaches.
As the hospitality industry faces the end of magnetic stripe credit cards, operators must prepare for a new era of payment processing that will necessitate hardware and software upgrades.
Hospitality Technology magazine recaps the cream of the crop in POS stories from the month of March. From online ordering to customizable options, hotel and restaurant operators seek forward-looking tech for the point of sale.
Ghai Management Services employs VendorSafe to help steel units against the threat of hackers.
SecureConnect has launched an innovative online PCI Training Module to aid merchants in educating staff on credit card security to meet PCI requirements.
As PCI standards cause concern in the hospitality industry, the hopes for tokenization as a solution continue to rise.
Business Alliance equips Casio's POS Systems with PAX Secure SP30 PIN Pad and Mercury Payment Systems Software.
Enhanced security is now available for MICROS OPERA and MICROS RES customers with P2PE and Tokenization.