Featured Hospitality Case Studies

  1. Fresco Pizza Deli Streamlines Day-To-Day Tasks, Frees Up Staff Time, And Reduces Errors With POS Solution

    Fresco Pizza Deli, a privately-owned delicatessen, is new to the town of Southampton, New York. They serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, take-out, and cater for all occasions. In addition to food service, they also sell general merchandise.

  2. Wahlburgers Invests In New POS For Great Performance

    Wahlburgers is a chain of high-profile burger restaurants in Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania and Canada that stands out from the crowd. The brainchild of brothers Mark, Paul and Donnie Wahlberg, it is a business run with great passion and a very personal touch.

  3. Qiri App & Star Micronics Wows Audiences With A Unique Dine-in Theater Experience At Movie Grille

    Movie Grille is a new, intimate, dine-in movie theater residing in the heart of downtown Ogden, Utah. Its mission is to offer a richer movie-going experience to the local residents of Ogden by pairing plush amenities such as leather reclined seating with gourmet food and drinks. As a new venue, Movie Grille wanted a modern point of sale system that could manage their physical operation while providing robust analytics.

  4. Wendy's Franchisor Ensures Cardholder Security And Brand Integrity With Payment Processing Solution

    When it comes to payment data security, what you don’t know certainly can hurt you. And when you operate several retail stores—each with multiple payment and other network-attached devices—there’s plenty you don’t know at any given point.

  5. Integrated Payment Solution Sparks New Life At An Old Restaurant

    Bratta’s Piano Bar and Ristorante is a table service restaurant with live entertainment that serves a wide array of signature entrees and Italian dishes handed down from new owner Michael Bratta’s family recipes.

  6. Hungry Bunny Hops To It With New POS Solution

    In 1987 the first Hungry Bunny™ restaurant opened in Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The company’s vision is to provide the families with a total restaurant experience, to create a feeling of a “home away from home”. Most of the stores have comfortable sections designed for families to enjoy their meal where parents can privately talk while children enjoy playing in the “play place”. From the first store that opened, Hungry Bunny has put product quality first. Hungry Bunny’s objective is to serve each customer the same delicious and safe food no matter what outlet they visit. Today Hungry Bunny has 35 Branches throughout KSA with franchisees in Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and Yemen.

  7. Burgerville Deploys Aerohive For Secure And Robust Retail Networking Solution

    Established in 1961, Burgerville is an innovative and industry-leading quick service restaurant company with 39 locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. 1,500 employees strong, Burgerville provides fresh, great-tasting food to guests all day every day from breakfast to late-night snacks based in its mission “serve with love.” At Burgerville, the commitment to fresh, local and sustainable values is about helping people and communities thrive.

  8. Wendy’s Franchisee Keeps The Quick In Quick Service At 42 Restaurants

    LDF Food Group, Inc. Finds Speed, Reliability, Cost Savings in MPLS Network.

  9. Delta Hotels And Resorts Moves Beyond PCI Compliance

    As a full-service hotel chain catering to corporate and leisure travelers, Delta Hotels and Resorts, founded in 1962, has grown to become Canada’s leading hotel management company. Today, they boast a diversified portfolio of 37 city-centre, airport and resort properties. Widely viewed as the brand of choice for discerning owners and guests, they take pride in being an exemplary employer to more than 5,800 people and an active corporate citizen building stronger Canadian communities from coast to coast.

  10. Security Cameras Protect Hotel And Contribute To Improved Guest Experience

    While the Brookstreet Hotel might be a 276-room 4-star luxury hotel located in Ottawa’s west end, its challenges related to security are no different than most other hotels in North America. Indeed, where it comes to surveillance, there’s a lot about Brookstreet’s security setup worth emulating.