This week, a report says optimism among fuel consumers is good news for convenience stores and online grocery shopping is increasing.
The news includes surveys that show diners are interested in hi-tech ordering in quick-service restaurants (QSRs) and travelers are interested in using tablets and smartphones to make reservations. There is also a projection that restaurants will see increased business on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
In the news, the NRA urges legislators to end patent troll lawsuits, and a study results in projections about the technology restaurants will adopt in the next several years.
In the news this week, grocery stores could benefit from energy management technology, there is growth in the convenience store vertical, and prepaid cards could boost business for your customers — but regulatory questions about them persist.
In the news this week, multi-channel SMBs weigh in on payment processing options and a mobile POS solutions provider lists top demands from retailers.
In this week’s news, analysts consider the future of NFC and a study shows creating loyalty programs that protect user privacy could benefit your customers.
This week, articles look at the trend of mobile apps for convenience stores and at new technology that scans faces in to gauge effectiveness of marketing efforts.
In this week’s news, tag audits could help your retail customers measure omni-channel engagement and predictions continue for a slow holiday shopping season.
This week’s news includes research that shows restaurants are planning investments in customer-facing technology.
This week, representatives of the supermarket industry fight back against patent trolls, c-store industry grows in spite of trying economy, and survey shows how technology can create satisfying experience for grocery shoppers.