The renewed interest in tableside ordering and payment solutions may seem to simply be a reflection of the ubiquitous mobility trend but in truth reflects a real need that has thus far gone unmet. In this age of mobility will the tableside ordering and payment solutions available finally be able to meet the unique challenges of the hospitality industry? Read the White Paper to learn more.
Unsecure remote access and control technology is the number one attack pathway for hackers. Is your data safe? Written by IT security experts Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), "PCI and Remote Support: How Compliant are the Keys to the Kingdom?" explains how your remote IT support solutions may be damaging your PCI DSS compliance.
Hospitality enterprises seeking to increase revenue generation, improve operational efficiency and enhance the guest experience are exploring the convenience and personalization capabilities of guest-facing mobile device applications as well as advanced role-specific functions for their own employees' mobile devices. AT&T offers a wide range of hospitality-specific solutions, plus strong network support and strategic business and IT consulting services.
Treasure Island Hotel & Casino turned to ReServe Interactive for streamlined reservations across three restaurants, allowing customers to easily check availability and make reservations online.
With over three decades of retail experience, working with many different retailers in various store environments, IBM knows what is needed to deliver products to meet the demands of the retail world. Read this paper to learn how IBM incorporates retail hardening in all phases of production: design, manufacturing, and testing.
U.S. consumer participation in rewards programs is on the rise across multiple demographic segments, according to COLLOQUY's latest white paper, After the Meltdown: Consumer Attitudes and Perceptions about Loyalty Programs in the Post-Recession Economy. Examine the loyalty trends across six different consumer segments, and learn why participation in loyalty programs has jumped nearly 20 percent since 2007.
A typical 100-unit franchise can take an incremental $1,000,000 to the bottom line over the life if its point-of-sale system, just by considering Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). So claims SICOM Systems, Inc., the number one in POS sales to the BURGER KING community three years running. SICOM shows why QSR owner/operators need to evaluate TCO when selecting a POS system, identifies 12 variables to be considered when calculating TCO, and provides a template for TCO side-by-side comparisons.
Solutions at all points of service will transform payment acceptance in the hospitality industry. The latest handheld payment systems make card payment cost-effective at the point of service, at the table and at the car.
In an industry as diverse as hospitality, however, the challenge is less about defining BI than about determining what information is most vital to running the business.
As a security model, PCI requirements can help companies control compliance costs and build a more efficient and reliable IT infrastructure that delivers better service while incurring less risk.