Topics: Technology

Retailers Should Prepare Now for Chip-Based Credit Card Standards

Payment industry experts generally agree that a chip-based standard, also called EMV, for credit cards will come to the U.S., but predictions of when and in what form vary. While there is no government-enforced mandate at this time, Visa and MasterCard have come out with directives on implementing smart card technologies, and more announcements will likely come. More

The Mobile Wallet Goes Beyond Payments

Today’s technology is allowing consumers to use their phone as their wallet so they can tap-to-pay or send money from their phone. That means that in the future, shoppers may be able to purchase fuel, buy coffee and pick up groceries with their smartphone. Given that nearly one-fifth of smartphone users say they always carry their phone but don’t always carry a wallet, mobile wallets can provide a new level of convenience for shoppers. More

What is an Electronic Logging Device?

Although electronic logging devices (ELDs) will not be mandated until late 2015/early 2016, now is the time for travel plazas and truckstops to learn about this technology sure to have a big impact on our industry. Here are the high points that every travel plaza and truckstop operator and their front-of-house staff should know. More

iPad Point Of Sale Innovations

Would you use an iPad as a POS device? More

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