The interaction between the two solutions enables the guest to securely receive his or her room number and room key via cell phone, thereby streamlining the check-in and check-out process by allowing the guest to bypass the front desk.
VeriFone's PAYware Transact Version 3.2.0 features PA-DSS validation, added support for gift card purchasing and check processing and more.
Under the terms of the recent agreement, XPIENT will recommend RBS WorldPay to both current and future clients in order to provide a fully integrated payments offering.
Version 5.8.3 of Verifone's PCCharge includes a number of new features including added support for new transaction types through Chase Paymentech, Global Payments East and more.
VeriFone is taking action to prevent any disruption to merchants after determining that the pending litigation over Heartland's continual infringement of a VeriFone patent is likely to impact Heartland's ability to maintain service levels with its customers.
VISIONLINE by VingCard was introduced and commercialized to the market in 2006 as one of the first wireless online systems based on ZigBee technology, a secured wireless open platform.
InnQuest's roomMaster 2000 property management system has been accepted as a fully-compliant PCI PA-DSS application from the PCI Security Standards Council.
Having grown to 200 locations in 18 states, Noodles & Company needed a solution that would allow its two dozen area managers to access the corporate IT system while on the road meeting with restaurant operators. Learn how mobile thin clients from HP keep employees securely connected to headquarters.
eHungry is now offering POS integration and orders-by-phone with its online restaurant ordering service, in addition to a new reseller program that allows companies to resell online ordering to restaurants under their own brand.
China's Kingkey Palace Hotel in Shenzhen recently installed Classic by VingCard, a standalone electronic locking solution that is controlled by software existing in individual locks and activated by cards coded in the issuing computer.