With the rapid addition of internet-connected technologies that touch the same network as the point-of-sale system, new opportunities for credit card data breaches are popping up. Vulnerabilities can be found in many network gateways such as self-ordering kiosks and other devices.
California employment litigation attorney, Brian E. Cole II sees website accessability lawsuits soaring, and pizza brands are certainly not immune. In this article, he summarizes what's happening in courts nationwide and how brand leadership and individual operators can ensure they stay out of court and fine-free.
Host Will Hernandez discusses protecting mobile apps and mobile ordering services from fraud, with Kount VP of Marketing, Don Bush. Will also chats with Judy Mottl, editor of Retail Customer Experience, about Amazon Prime Day trends.
There are some distinct differences between PC-based recording appliances and purpose-built NVRs. Knowing how these two options stack up can help you make the right choice and save you money in the long run.
Video-based fraud detection solutions offer a unique advantage over other solutions, because they let you actually see what took place. They offer the same powerful ability to search through enormous amounts of transaction data, but with the added benefit of tying transaction data to video images.
Wow Bao's Geoff Alexander talks about how the brand uses kiosks, cubbies and cartoons to delight busy customers even when they are in a huge hurry to pick up and go.
Digital signage, online ordering and loyalty apps are collectively transforming the restaurant business as we've known it for most of the past several decades. Check out what Fazoli's and La Madeleine leaders recently said about those changes, along with some great observations on the digital initiatives from NPD Group.
Fast food pizza brands are making customers very happy this year and that's helping to push the whole QSR category up a notch in its measurement of customer satisfaction this year, according to the latest ACSI Restaurant Report.
The craft beer revolution has changed the beer industry, and self-pour technology has made it easy for all kinds of brands to also embrace the trend, including pizza restaurants of all ilk.
A free webinar explores how state-of-the-art technology can help restaurants maximize the quality and efficiency of their supply chain.
Pizza truck entrepreneur Bob Stephens reasoned that self-serve kiosks make sense for food trucks, but he had difficulty finding one. He managed to find a developer who was able to provide a solution for an affordable price.
Franchisors who want franchisees to invest in tech tools, like mobile ordering and menu boards, would do well to remember that it pays to put yourself in their shoes if you want them to walk the road into future technologies with you.
The restaurant industry is in the midst of a massive $200 billion shift to digital that has become an business imperative for all players who truly want to "stay in the game."
The pizza operator's indispensable checklist gets intelligent and brings big perks along for the ride.
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By Charlie Lewis Culinary Supply Chain Specialist/Consolidated Concepts The rate of change in foodservice has always been swift, but technology is propelling the pizza restaurateur's rocket forward today at a pace that challenges the speed of light. It's not just...