There is a silver lining for businesses, especially restaurants that have yet to upgrade to pay-at-the-table devices that accept both EMV and contactless payments.
Point-of-sale (software) serves as the foundation for any restaurant business.
For years now, U.S. restaurant goers have experienced a fairly antiquated tipping process: give the server your card, wait for your receipt, then sign and add a tip, if you feel inclined.
Owning and running a restaurant is no small task. The day-to-day consists of long hours and hard work. Having a firm grasp on the day-to-day details is the key to business success.
Over the past few years, the number of technological advancements made in the payments ecosystem has given merchants from retailers to restaurateurs more power when they process card-based transact