With consumers becoming more and more reliant on mobile technology in every aspect of their lives, customer-initiated mobile payments is a natural progression for both hotels and restaurants. In the hospitality sector adoption of costumer-initiated mobile payments remains slow but steady. Restaurants and hotels dabble in mobile wallet as they wait for technology standards in the U.S. to catch up with EMV.
The survey's findings show that as budgets increase, opportunity emerges for restaurant technology to shift from responding to leading the business.
Revention has introduced a point of sale trade-in program.
HT unveils the 2014 Industry Outlook, an annual check-in with our Advisory Board on the top tech and trends impacting their hotels and restaurants, right now. The Board answers HT's questions about technology that's got potential, and technology that's falling flat. Plus they share details on the projects topping their own to-do lists.
Security concerns combined with a lack of resources are hampering the progress data consolidation practices.
HT examines how the introduction of innovations meant to offer efficiencies, ultimately transforms the status quo.
HT profiles the latest in hardware and software solutions from vendors serving both foodservice and lodging companies. Download the 2014 New Tech Showcase for more information on these innovative solutions which include: the latest in mobile POS and app technology; new customer service and loyalty platforms; cloud-based solutions for point of sale, property management and distribution; plus business intelligence and analytics applications.
Revel Systems expands its enterprise offerings as the chosen POS solution for national pizza chain.
The latest capabilities of online ordering systems take the POS to a new level of functionality and profitability. Offering online ordering has become expected by modern consumers and options for doing so run the gamut from proprietary sites to third-party portals. Here HT examines the benefits and pitfalls of both.
Hotel and restaurant companies are chipping away at mountains of data for quantifiable returns in profit and loyalty. The ability of technology systems to understand the volume, variety and velocity of information available has reached a fever pitch as operators seek ways to differentiate themselves, increase sales, improve efficiency and save money.