The ways in which people like to pay for all sorts of things have changed rapidly in the past few years.
The ways in which people like to pay for all sorts of things have changed rapidly in the past few years. It was only about 18 months ago that EMV really started to gain traction nationwide, and emerging mobile payment options continue to catch on with shoppers. The restaurant industry is no different, as more businesses seek innovative and convenient ways to handle payments in the new environment.
For any restaurant now considering such a move, it's a good idea to consider as many options as possible. There are plenty of reasons why working with Sterling Payment Technologies to come up with the right plan for upgrading point-of-sale devices to the next generation can go a long way toward ensuring future success.
There are many benefits to using tablet-based point-of-sale for both ordering and payment processing, according to Business.com. First, it saves restaurants time in terms of waiters having to scoot around the restaurant to both take and fill orders.
Older restaurant POS devices might not cut it with modern consumer preferences.