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JP Morgan Chase | October 11, 2022
Pye, a leading kiosk manufacturer, has teamed with Chase, a world financial leader, to securely process payments through its self-service point-of-sale solutions across Canada.As the Alabama-based firm expands its thriving U.S. footprint and ramps up sales and distribution of its innovative equipment outside of the United States, those units will connect with Chase's end-to-end secure payment system. Chase's solution will facilitate a variety of electronic payment methods, including cont...
Infor | October 27, 2022
Infor , the industry cloud company, today announced that Snellman, the Finnish and Swedish ready-made food and meat processor, will implement Infor's cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system built on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to support its future growth and new business development. Infor CloudSuite Food & Beverage, a true multi-tenant cloud system, will help simplify Snellman's IT environment and improves the use of in-house resources.The advantages of the new CloudSui...
Big Chicken | July 06, 2022
ParTech, Inc. (PAR), a global restaurant technology company and provider of a unified commerce cloud platform for enterprise restaurants, today announced that Big Chicken has selected PAR’s Brink POS, Data Central Backoffice and PAR Pay for its food and beverage in-store technological requirements.
Big Chicken, the star-powered fast casual chicken concept founded by NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal, will utilize PAR’s leading software solutions to streamline its digita...
retaildive | April 06, 2020
Walmart has joined Target in limiting customer traffic in its stores. In a corporate post on Friday, the retail giant said that effective Saturday it would not allow more than five customers per 1,000 square feet in its stores at any time, which would represent about 20% of its store capacity. To do that, Walmart staff will set up a queue at the door. Once stores reach capacity, customers will be allowed in on a "1-out-1-in" basis. In many stores, Walmart will use floor markers to crea...
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