Oracle Hospitality (formerly MICROS) provides leading applications, software and hardware for the hospitality industry. Oracle Hospitality solutions are utilized in all types of foodservice operations, including fast casual and quick service.Visit company showcase »
Canada-based, Glance Technologies Inc. this week announced that its Glance Pay & Glance PayMe mobile payments platforms now fully integrate with 15 leading restaurant and merchant POS systems, including Oracle MICROS, NCR Aloha POS and Squirrel POS.
Zion Market Research has completed an overview of the worldwide QSR IT market that shows that this area of the business has become a major service differentiator, through the use of everything from POS systems and digital signage to kiosks...
Perspectives from more than 250 restaurant operators: anticipating consumer trends and seeking innovations that enhance guest experiences.
In this study, Oracle Hospitality asked over 15,000 consumers around the world about their use of cash and other payment methods in restaurants and other food service outlets.
The research findings are designed to help quantify the significance of back-office functions and, more importantly, shed light on the ramifications they have on so many other facets of the operation.
Restaurant operators worldwide can now use Oracle Hospitality's Data Science Cloud Services to quickly analyze system-wide performance data and act on that information, according to a press release. "Margins are being squeezed in hospitality like never before," Mike Webster, senior...
The annual Fast Casual Top 100 Movers & Shakers recognizes brands leading the pack when it comes to growth and innovation.
To be successful, a loyalty program must deliver value to the guest and it must deliver value to a restaurant operator’s business. To help food and beverage operators understand what guests are seeking in a loyalty program, Oracle Hospitality conducted a global consumer survey. Read about the findings in our report!
In challenging times, replacing point-of-sale units is hardly appealing. For many hospitality operators, it can seem like an unnecessary expenditure – especially if current units appear to be perfectly functional.
Today’s hardware devices do much more than process orders.A new set of criteria exists for hardware: Will it accelerate service? Open new channels? Improve efficiency? Customize orders? Increase loyalty?
Everything you need to know about next-generation food and beverage service technologies – and how to select the right ones for your business.
Inefficiency and carelessness are plaguing the food industry, according to a survey of more than 200 independent restaurants and chains by collaborators Oracle Hospitality and Technomic. The survey focused on how individual businesses manage labor and inventory — and the...
The addition of the unit builds on Oracle's MICROS business, which it acquired in 2014.
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