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Forging the link between operations and experience
The eats and amusement operator searches for ways to leverage customers’ smartphones to improve their guest experience and looks to virtual reality as a differentiator.
Payments event returns to Orlando in March, U.S. Payments Forum member meeting to be held in conjunction for first time.
However, 87% of diners use restaurant provided tablets while eating out.
Payment tech allows guests to be directly in control of the entire checkout and payment process.
International payment solutions provider accelerates EMV certification of RAIL payment platform.
RAIL is now a pay-at-the-table platform that is both EMV-certified and PCI compliant with P2PE.
From pay-at-the-table to curbside pickup, restaurants that adopt new payment tech can provide faster, more convenient service while streamlining operations.
Casual Dining Franchise integrates FreedomPay commerce platform for enhanced dining experience.
Seven solutions to help restaurants and hotels enable payment innovation readiness.
All 45 new locations enjoy strengthened payment security with Ziosk point-to-point encryption, EMV and mobile wallet.
Technology will change the way restaurants are laid out and how customers interact with brands.
The average cost of a data breach is $158 per compromised record, but the damage to a restaurant's reputation could be even steeper.
Operators can leverage their payment solutions for line busting, remote check-in and reduction in labor costs.