Quick service restaurants, or QSRs, are restaurants known for their fast, efficient services, minimal wait times and affordable pricing. An industry worth an estimated $142.5 billion, the QSR space is undergoing rapid change thanks to MPOS solutions and other payments trends.
- For QSR Customers, Saving Time Is Top Concern
Today, mobile is allowing quick-service restaurants (QSRs) to offer the faster, more personalized customer experience consumers crave. But, despite the sales pitches, many QSRs remain unsure of how to leverage mobile to bolster the customer experience and reduce wait times. For insight and analysis into how QSRs are navigating this transition MPD CEO Karen Webster spoke to ROAM CEO Ken Paull and OLO CEO Noah Glass to learn more.
- How mPOS Ignites New Revenue Opportunities
What can mobile devices do to improve the top line at QSRs? Plenty. From shortening wait times to powering new lines of business to serving as back up technology, mobile devices – and the enabling platforms that power them – are opening a new world of options for QSRs who view mobile point of sale as the best way to serve up a better customer experience.
- Will Competition Lead To Better mPOS Solutions?
Since mPOS solutions became a huge hit with U.S. merchants, one industry has proven to be continuously hungry for the mobile technology: quick-service restaurants (QSRs).
- Serving Up Mobile POS … Your Way
Dietary preferences and dining décor may come and go but one trend in the QSR restaurant category has stayed the same for a very long time: POS expenditures are its largest IT line item. When combined with costs related to POS integration with back office systems, they compromise roughly 60% of IT spend. It’s no wonder that QSR executives are eager to find ways to reduce those costs while improving the efficiency of their establishments.
- QSR Customers Eager For Mobile Ordering
ROAM, the Boston-based end-to-end mobile commerce platform provider, has created a new infographic aimed at helping quick service restaurants (QSRs) better adapt to consumer demands in the current market.
- QSRs Cook Up MPOS Innovation
The MPOS revolution is changing the way businesses across many verticals operate. But perhaps no merchant base is better suited to benefit from this shift than the quick service restaurant (QSR) industry.
- Mobile Payments Means Death For One-Size-Fits-All Solutions
As MPOS software continues to augment the role of traditional hardware, one mobile payments trend is becoming clear: there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all MPOS solution. How can companies stay ahead of the curve in an industry with so many verticals and needs? PYMNTS.com spoke with Ken Paull, CEO at ROAM, for his take on May’s MPOS Tracker.
- Groupon Follows MPOS Breadcrumbs
Hospitality point of sale system Breadcrumb has become a major player in the tablet-based POS space as of late, but according to Seth Harris, GM of Breadcrumb POS at Groupon, the platform is just getting started. PYMNTS.com spoke with Harris to learn about the inspiration behind the bar and restaurant-friendly solution, as well hear what Breadcrumb has in store for the months ahead.