Hotels are finding new and innovative ways to prevent loss: from RFID tagging to inventory management; from room locking technology to surveillance solutions, hotels tap tech to protect not only their assets, but also their guests.
Qdoba Mexican Grill has chosen the Envysion platform for its 250th site. This new rollout is believed to drive improvements in operations, such as those with loss prevention, marketing and product development, to name a few.
Cheri's Cafe in St. Maarten selected mobiDEOS Inc. for business surveillance and remote video monitoring. The new implementation integrates with an existing on-site security system.
The latest face recognition terminal uses 3D imaging to identify employees and eliminate "buddy punching."
As a growing number of applications are moved into the cloud, CIOs must ensure that their customers' transactional data is still safe. HT provides insight into the PCI Council's latest guidelines for protecting payments in a virtual environment.
VeriFone Systems, Inc. acquires mobile retail solution provider Global Bay Mobile Technologies. The acquisition further's VeriFone’s offering in retail mobile payments, including smartphone- and tablet-based shopping and payment.
VISION software platform provides centralized overview of hotel’s Signature by VingCard locks and keycards.
OpenWays simplifies hotel master key management by harnessing mobile technologies to make all locks “on line” without costly infrastructure.
Joie de Vivre will implement Merchant Link’s tokenization solution to protect the credit card data of its guests across 27 of its locations.
Several industry associations are working to form a coalition to address payment security issues. Hospitality Technology gets input from both the NRA and the RSPA on the objectives of the coalition.