Version 2.11 of Precidia Technologies' TransNet payment engine software supports more point of sale systems, achieves early PA-DSS validation and introduces e-commerce capability.
Quaker Steak & Lube, has signed a five-year agreement with Vendor Safe to implement a single source PCI DSS compliance solution to secure its credit card transaction processing and achieve the lowest total cost of ownership for PCI compliance.
HITEC 2009, held June 22-25, offers attendees a glimpse at some of the most innovative and cutting edge technologies on the market today. Couldn't make it to the convention? Hospitality Technology is there to bring you the biggest announcements as they are being revealed live from the show floor.
Through a newly announced agreement with MICROS, Merchant Link's hosted credit card security solution will soon enable OPERA PMS users to achieve PCI compliance and protect personal guest data.
In a dynamic economy where restaurateurs need to work even harder to get customers out of their homes and into their restaurants, the loss of valuable profits to untrusting employees is a disheartening occurrence. Stop employee theft at the POS with these top four loss prevention technologies.
Tar Heel Capital, operator of 76 Wendy's locations is reducing instances of fraud and slashing costs with the implementation of DigitalPersona's U.are.U fingerprint readers at the POS.
The Quality Inn Plaza, Quality Inn International, Rodeway Inn International, and Comfort Inn Lake Buena Vista, are in the process of installing 1,000 electronic in-room safes from Onity.
In 2007, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts launched Link@Sheraton, a unique concept for its lobbies that melds technology with social interaction. These lobbies strive to create an ideal work-play environment, complete with all-in-one workstations, free HSIA and, in some locations, Microsoft Surface touch-sensitive tables. Find out why both guests and owners are raving about these concept lobbies in this exclusive interview with Starwood execs Hoyt Harper, SVP of brand management, and Mark McBeth, VP of IT.
In a study recently released by the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research, three researchers found that restaurant customers place a higher value on some types of technology than they do on others. Find out how customers ranked pagers for table management, online reservations, Internet-based ordering, kiosk-based payment and more.
With the rise in consumers' desire to be online 24/7, management for the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf thought that it was time to offer free WiFi connectivity in their stores to create local buzz and to keep store lobbies full during non-peak periods. Learn how this decision has led to an increase in consumer spending and the technology partners that are making it so.