In the market for a new mobile POS? Prefer the Windows 8.1 operating system? You've got some new options on the market.
Local marketing, local sourcing, mobile technologies and customer service initiatives are all expected to move to the front burner in the New Year.
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Will the shift from credit cards to mobile payments be good, bad, or neutral for the restaurant industry?
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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.
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As of right now, about 15 percent of restaurants accept mobile payments, but this is expected to rise to 68 percent in 2015.
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.
Now that Apple Pay is here, marketers have to figure out what to do with it. While mobile payments will likely be a good thing, there's a lot of potential value for customers and brands beyond the transaction.
Renowned economic strategist Bruce Fenton, Managing Director of Atlantic Financial, has been confirmed as a featured Summit speaker.
In addition to featuring five holiday beverages, Starbucks is rolling out a new line of drinkware and redesigned gift cards.
B2B communications provider Networld Media Group has launched a new website, Virtual Currency Today, that will serve as an online resource for businesses wanting to understanding how to incorporate virtual currencies such as Bitcoin into their payment systems and daily operations.
Thanx Inc., a loyalty solution provider, has officially launched nationwide today. The company announced direct relationships with MasterCard and Visa, as well as $5M in Series A funding from Sequoia Capital for its rollout. According to a news release, Thanx...
United States consumers made $1.3 billion in mobile payments in 2013 and the coffee retailer accounted for over 90 percent of those purchases.
The National Restaurant Association has released new research that shows overall technology use in restaurants is increasing. More than one-third of consumers say they are more likely to use technology-related options in restaurants now, compared to two years ago. In...
TouchBistro will use Merchant Warehouse's Genius Customer Engagement Platform to process payments made via the TouchBistro POS solution.
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For restaurants and retailers, the possibilities opened by the mobile wallet revolution extend far beyond payments.