Chilango, the Mexican restaurant chain which promises guests a Stampede of Mexican Flavours, has taken the next step in its digital journey and with the adoption of new EPOS, digital ordering and loyalty technologies. In combination, the respective solutions, provided
JUST EAT, a leading UK online takeaway service, has acquired Birmingham-based online takeaway service Meal2Go. Meal2Go’s market leading EPoS (Electronic Point-of-Sale) technology, specifically designed for the restaurant industry, will further enhance the service JUST EAT provides its 20,000+ UK takeaway restaurant
Innovative new semi-rugged tablets designed specifically for use in the retail environment are just weeks away from release by leading technology manufacturer MiTAC. The new MioWORK L130 series Rugged Android Tablet will provide a unique middle-ground for retailers who need
Glyn Dodd, managing director of technology support specialist Centrex Services, looks ahead to what businesses can expect from 2014. “Despite the economic upturn, the past year has been challenging for the retail industry, with the pressure of prices dropping by
Torex, a leading global provider of technology to the convenience and fuel markets, is partnering with Gilbarco Vedeer-Root to offer forecourts integrated Outdoor Payment Terminal (OPT) technology, which it claims will help reduce the risk of drive-offs. Forecourts who adopt
Blakemore Wholesale, the cash & carry and delivered wholesale arm of AF Blakemore and largest member of the Landmark Group, has partnered with Torex to develop EPoS solutions for retailers trading under its Lifestyle Express fascia. According to Torex, the
Independent family-owned grocer, Dike & Son, has used in-store technology to upgrade to a new 10-lane superstore. Retail Times reports Dike & Son has been operating in Stalbridge, Dorset, since 1851 and is a member of the Nisa-Today’s buying group.
The Co-operative Group has updated the forecourt sites it acquired from Somerfield with three technology solutions from Torex, which will enable it to process combined fuel and store transactions and accept fuel cards. The Co-operative added 142 forecourt sites to