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5 top tech trends for 2016 (and much more!)


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5 top tech trends for 2016

There are a number of key trends for tech savvy QSRs to think about and plan for if they want to attract new customers and increase customer retention this year.

New York company debuts pure mobile-only grocery checkout

FutureProof Retail has introduced what it claims is the first start­-to­-finish, secure self­-checkout mobile app.

Brands compete with each other to provide best mobile experience

Will Hernandez, the editor for Mobile Payments Today, shares a recent shopping trip that made him think about the mobile experience in 2016. Here’s a hint: it still needs work.

First Data expands Clover line with mPOS dongle

The EMV-enabled card reader works with a Wi-Fi or cellular connection, enabling businesses of all sizes to accept payments outside of a traditional brick-and-mortar setting.

Adyen intros POS system in the US

The company’s service is meant to help merchants connect their physical point-of-sale, online and mobile purchases in a single, EMV-compliant payments product.

Verifone to supply EMV-ready product to Microsoft Dynamics customers

The new service is built on Verifone’s Secure Commerce Architecture, which connects payment terminals directly to the company’s payment gateway.

ParTech Inc, Punchh integrate Brink POS Software solution for restaurants

ParTech Inc and Punchh have integrated the Punchh platform with the Brink POS Software solution for restaurants.

Dubai dreams of a cashless society

A cloud-based payments product from Quisk requires only a mobile phone number and a PIN to create a new type of digital cash account.

USA Technologies deploy NFC payment systems to retail self-service

USA Technologies Inc announced today it will deliver its cashless and telemetry service to retailer The Cuyahoga Group. Its solution, known as ePort Connect is designed to enable and record acceptance of cash, debit/credit cards and mobile wallets.

Creditcall EMV-ready mPOS device gains First Data certification

Creditcall is now integrated with NCR Silver, making NCR Silver one of the first EMV-certified mobile point-of-sale systems.

Arizona State University launches mobile deals app

Wireless transaction and information solutions company Apriva has teamed up with Arizona State University to offer deals and information to students.

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  1. January 25, 2016 at 9:43 am

    Hello! I don’t see AM4U or CMM listed as forerunners in waterless printing or virtual
    Apparel pioneers. . . am i just missing the articles?
    It should be #1 on the list for 2016!
    Douglas White

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