Bindo has debuted a beta version of its new Bindo POS for Restaurant, an iPad POS system.
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The 'guide will provide a roadmap' for restaurant owners and operators interested in implementing mobile payments into their business, NRA official says.
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Pei Wei now accepts Apple Pay in all of its nearly 200 locations for customers using iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch.
ChowNow updated restaurant clients' ordering apps to include Google Wallet as of today at no additional cost.
E la Carte announced it has been named by Fast Company as one of the magazine's World's 50 Most Innovative Companies for 2015.
Heartland and the National Restaurant Association will host a Twitter chat on secure payment data for restaurants on Feb. 12 at 1 p.m. Eastern.
The 61-page document details the capabilities of 151 leading mobile wallets.
San Francisco-based SpoonRocket, an on-demand meal delivery startup, has announced that it now accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment.
The smart tabletPOS combines an Ingenico iCT terminal, Beamm’s smart iPad POS application and management tools, a tablet stand, and cash drawer to provide a complete EMV-certified, in-store POS solution that is Apple Pay and Google Wallet ready
Company claims to be the first online ordering system to offer the new payment technology.
The NCR Silver POS system for small businesses has been integrated with LevelUp's mobile payment and payment platform. According to an announcement from the companies, the integration was made to provide small businesses – primarily fast casual restaurants – with...
Just when you thought the coffee behemoth can't possibly get any bigger, it announces a five-year plan to grow even more through non-traditional venues,expanded dayparts, mobile ordering and delivery.
More than 40 percent of holiday shoppers intend to use mobile payments at coffee shops and fast food restaurants.