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Brands execs are finding success from mobile campaigns by using gamification, loyalty, payments and other features.
Without mobile ordering, customers only seem to care about mobile payment if you give them free coffee.
Matt Pyles, with Barbacoa Mexican Grill, sat in on a panel about mobile payments at the recent Fast Casual Executive Summit. He said it's important for restaurant operators to pay attention to this quickly growing trend, especially since it's moving...
TabbedOut's new feature allows merchants to track information about customer visits and order preferences.
Mobile payments provide the ability to more personally interact with your guests, and gain more data about their habits.
A solid mobile presence — one that adds to the guest experience — is how brands will maintain relevancy.
For merchants, the convergence of payments and marketing should bring in new customers, increase sales from existing customers and provide more customer data.
An intriguing dynamic is playing out in the payments landscape: The demand for both cash and mobile financial services is increasing concurrently. Mobile phones are enabling cash transfers, payments and withdrawals. Tom Harper talks about what attendees can look forward...
Star's Jon Levin explains to Cherryh Butler, editor of fastcasual.com, how its new series of mobile printers can help retail and restaurant staff quickly checkout or serve customers.
The inaugural Top 100 Movers & Shakers features a ranking of the top concepts, leaders and trends in the $38 billion pizza segment.
Panel discusses trends in the table and delivery service spaces as they apply to restaurant strategies.
Wanna take a page from a business that is doing progressive marketing right? Check out Domino's UK. That team keeps turning out one cool promo after another, incorporating digital signage, social media, augmented reality, mobile ...
ExaDigm's David Graybeal discusses the connectivity and PCI compliance of the NX2200 mobile POS system, suitable for retail and foodservice applications.
For the past four or five years, we have been hearing about the exciting new world of wireless payments. For the most part, the discussion has been centered around making payments from a mobile device (cell phone for the most part), using either contactless payment chip or a bar code displayed on the screen.
Lance Ning from ID Tech showed some of his company's mobile swiping technology at the recent mobile payments conference in Chicago. Applications include line-busting, off-site retailing and more.
Initial retail partners include Einstein Bros. Bagels and Subway.
Micros and Tabbed Out showed their smartphone-based check-payment solution at NRA's International Restaurant Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago.
Exhibitors discussed increase in leads and enthusiasm for the mobility segment.
Wells Fargo & Company is rolling out a Visa microSD mobile payment pilot that will include 200 Wells Fargo team members who are users of specific BlackBerry and iPhone models. The pilot features DeviceFidelity's In2Pay technology. BlackBerry smartphone users will...
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