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By the end of 2015, it’s expected nearly every retailer will have NFC readers.
Without a thoughtful approach to user experience, staff training and enticing loyalty incentives, brand apps are doomed to failure.
As of right now, about 15 percent of restaurants accept mobile payments, but this is expected to rise to 68 percent in 2015.
Focusing on the creation of an experience that’s easy for the customer, instead of optimal for the brand, makes customers feel like VIPs.
Wingstop is heavily invested in social media for engaging customers and driving sales. The next step: mobile payments.
By combining NFC with finger touch recognition technology, Apple is able to offer NFC payment securely inside PassBook, making PassBook more relevant than ever.
With Apple's rollout of Apple Pay, now might be a good time for marketers to get to know Passbook.
Panera Bread will be among the first to accept Apple Pay when it rolls out in a few weeks.
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CONNECT Mobile Innovation Summit coming up Aug. 18-20 will feature the CEOs of Firehouse Subs and McAlister's Deli.
Restaurants can benchmark their implementation, use and acceptance of emerging mobile payment technologies against the industry using Mahana's Payment Experience Evaluation Report
Starbucks will roll out mobile order and pay across the US in 2015, according to a statement for the coffee giant.
The NCR Silver mobile point-of-sale system for small businesses is now offering remote payment and order ahead capabilities that are compatible with Apple Pay.
These capabilities will be offered for free to merchants until Jan. 1.
Visa and Chase both announced this week that its customers and merchants will soon have access to Apple Pay. Starting Oct.
OpenTable has announced that Pay with OpenTable is now available in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. To pay with OpenTable, diners who book at participating restaurants are prompted to add a credit card in the OpenTable iPhone app before they...
Sourcery, a San Francisco-based startup that helps restaurants, caterers and corporate kitchens to order and pay for food from local suppliers on a single platform, raised $2.5 million in seed funding from angel investors.
Customers use the Dash app to pay their bill, split checks, tip and more, using the credit card stored in the app.
Customers can pre-order menu item, and when they are within a zone timed to food and beverage preparation, a 'proximity tag' is triggered alerting the restaurant to start prepping.
Customers can pay for purchases using PayPal's mobile app.
Seth Priebatsch, founder and CEO of LevelUp, will be a featured speaker at the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Innovation Summit Oct. 28-29 in Atlanta.
"This year's Restaurant Innovation Summit will challenge our industry's norms and incite some creative thinking.
RSR Research today released results of its fourth benchmarking study on the digital gifting industry, "Digital Gift Cards: Rewriting the Gifting Rules in the Omni-Channel Age." According to a news release, the study evaluates the gifting experiences of the nation's...
With more than 700 restaurants, Revel Systems says Smoothie King's iPad-based POS deployment is the largest to date.
Lavu is aiming to strengthen its European reach by adding hardware integrations, support and partnerships.
Fresh to Order will accept Apple Pay, Google Wallet starting in 2015.
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Starbucks has redesigned its Android app, adding several new features.