VIDEO: Changing Payments in Restaurants with Pay-at-the-Table

The payment experience within the restaurant industry is beginning to change with the help of the EMV migration and new Pay-at-the-Table solutions. We caught up with experts within the payments industry to gain insight on how the Pay-at-the-Table will change payment acceptance, guest experience and efficiency in restaurants.

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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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7 Pay-at-the-Table Questions & Answers You Can’t Afford to Miss

The payment experience is starting to change in the US with the addition of more secure methods. Restaurants are addressing this evolution with the introduction of Pay-at-the-Table payment solutions. With this solution, restaurant servers bring a wireless payment solution to the diner’s table along with the check to process the payment, a method that is very common outside the US, especially in Europe. Diners will then use the terminal to pay with their preferred method of electronic payments, including EMV and mobile wallets such as Apple Pay®. By bringing payment to the consumer at the point of service, the chances of fraud are reduced as the card never leaves the customer’s possession. In a recent webinar on Pay-at-the-Table that I co-hosted, we received a lot of questions regarding this new payment solution. Below is a list of the most frequently asked questions regarding Pay-at-the-Table.

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4 Hospitality Payment Challenges That Pay-at-the-Table Solves

Today, restaurants, hotels, stadiums and other hospitality businesses in the US face many payments challenges, including credit card fraud, speed of service, PIN debit card acceptance, etc. To tackle these challenges, hospitality businesses need to think about bringing payments to the consumer using a Pay-at-the-Table solution. Let’s take a look at a few of these challenges and how Pay-at-the-Table helps solve them:

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3 Key Takeaways from HITEC 2016

One of the premiere conferences in hospitality technology - HITEC 2016 - concluded on June 23. As our team gets back into their regular schedule, I wanted to take this opportunity to reflect back on the show and share some key takeaways:

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