While quick service restaurants can be slow to innovate, soup, salad and bowls eateries may be among the more forward-thinking of the bunch.
Flat Out of Heels founder Dawn Dickson takes us inside one of the segments driving that growth: kiosks that sell shoes.
The word “vending machine” elicits a few typical images: candy bars, chips and soft drinks — though if one spends enough time in an airport personal electronics might make the list.
USA Technologies, which provides technology to the self-service retail market, is enabling a Missouri-based food service provider to accept cashless payments on all of its vending machines.
John Miller, CEO of Cali Group, told Karen Webster in a recent interview that the new kiosk was placed in the store along with the regular old self-ordering kiosk that requires customers to input their phone number or email address manually to access loyalty points.
If only shopping weren’t so … shoppy. Sure, eCommerce takes away a lot of the hassle, but sometimes you need that last-minute pair of sunglasses or gloves, and ordering them online just isn’t an option. At least, not until Amazon invests in some beam-me-up magic.
Mastercard’s Sherri Haymond, executive vice president of digital partnerships at Mastercard, says that its product development roadmap is largely driven by the needs of the end users who experience payments pain – whether that involves being paid or paying others – she told PYMNTS in a recent discussion.