Which operators are investing in mobile and online ordering? What are the latest iPad POS innovations? HT May POS recap reveals the answers to these questions and more.
Travelers through the John F. Kennedy International Airport's Delta Terminal 3 can leverage the B4YouBoard app to order meals for delivery at gate.
Integrated solution will provide truck owners with a comprehensive enterprise-management system for top-of-the-line ordering, payment, marketing, and even social networking solutions.
The Micros Payment Gateway will support Planet Payment's "Pay in Your Currency" solution, offering international guests the choice to pay in their home currency.
Subway and Jamba Juice are among those with plans to test an application that utilizes NFC to enable customers to pay for purchases by tapping their phones on any PayPass-enabled terminal at checkout.
Illinois resort relates that it is possible that the credit or debit card number, expiration date and card verification code contained on the magnetic stripe of some payment cards may have been acquired.
Micros restaurant and bar customers can deploy Tabbedout's mobile payment application for tab payments, social media integration, and direct marketing
Covering tableside ordering on the iPod touch to energy-saving printers, this annual supplement showcases the latest POS hardware and software solutions to hit the market.
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