Secure Your Restaurant Business with Pay-at-the-Table

The restaurant industry is going through many changes when it comes to payments. Adding to a regular dining experience, better technology has enabled restaurant owners to bring the payment process right to the table with Pay-at-the-Table (Pay-at-the-Table) solutions. If you are unfamiliar with a Pay-at-the-Table solution, it is when the server brings a wireless payment terminal or an mPOS device to the customer at their table to complete the transaction rather than the server taking the card back to a POS station. This allows for high credit/debit card security and provides the restaurant with opportunities to further engage with their customers.

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8 Ways Payment Technology Can Change How You Serve Guests

Restaurants, bars and other food service businesses work hard to provide their customers with the best quality of food and service. Any customer happy with their overall experience at a restaurant is more likely to come back and may even become a brand advocate for the establishment.

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How to Prevent Restaurant Data Breaches with 4 Important Payment Technologies

As cyberattacks and malware continue to proliferate globally, restaurants have increasingly become a prime target. In recent years, major credit card data breaches have been reported by some of the largest restaurant chains in the U.S.

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4 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a POS System for Your Restaurant

There are a lot of different aspects to consider before purchasing a new POS system for your restaurant. Being that the entire staff and management team will rely on your POS system to run the daily operations and to track key metrics, it is an important investment and business owners should take the time to find the system that is going to be the right fit for their specific wants, operations, and budget.

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How Tipping in Restaurants is About to Change: Myth Busting with Allen Friedman Part III

We’re now in the post-EMV liability shift era, and this is the “real” start of EMV implementations in the U.S. Considering the size and complexity of payment systems right now, I think the U.S. is doing pretty well. Small and medium-sized merchants are still taking longer to migrate but are on the right track. However, the restaurant industry seems to be rampant with misinformation and myths regarding the future of payments. One such topic is tipping in full-service restaurants. Let’s take a look:

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