In this annual round-up of new POS hardware, HT gathers details and tech specs on many of the latest releases to hit the market, from terminals and mobile tablets to printers and customer displays. New releases focus on compact, energy-efficient and durable design.
With the ever-changing payment landscape, security is a top concern for hospitality operators. In an increasingly mobile culture there are more touchpoints than ever that need protection from data breaches. This report highlights several of the latest additions to the security landscape that run the gamut from wireless networks, tokenization, encryption, and PCI requirements.
Point of sale headlines indicate that the mobile market is driving business, but challenges still exist.
The level of mPOS terminals to total POS terminals expected to reach 46% by 2017.
Restaurant execs at the Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Forum discuss key factors in extending the lifespan of equipment plus plans for next-gen POS rollouts.
New research reveals that widespread smartphone penetration is driving the POS to move to mobile.
Restaurants are beginning to embrace cloud-based point-of-sale as the available solutions catch up to the hype. HT talks to a mixture of operators about the benefits of going server-free, and takes a predictive look at what's next. Between the overall move to mobile POS, and the growing availability of all-in-one cloud solutions, many believe traditional POS terminals will eventually be eliminated.
MokiMobility and Revel Systems have launched an iPad point of sale that meets PCI guidelines.
The point-of-sale landscape was lively in March with news of tableside, mobile and cloud offerings.
The national mobile payments and merchant services partnership brings revolutionary payments solution to merchants and consumers across the country.