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Retailers to revamp payments infrastructure: how to improve legacy pos
The majority of retailers and merchants in the EMEA region are planning to increase their investment in new payment capabilities in the next 18 to 24 months, according a study by ACI Worldwide and Ovum.
RFID is opening the doors to a new concept of convenience shopping
Price and size matter when it comes to retail technology. Technologies such as Radio Frequency ID (RFID) have long been discussed but are now set to play a leading role in the transformation of retail.
US Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel selects Omnico POS platform
Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel in the State of Washington, USA, has chosen Omnico’s market-leading platform to seamlessly connect offers and promotions, food and beverage and retail transactions, as well as integrate into existing systems such as kitchen management and room charges.
95% of global theme park visitors ready to spend more with the right app
Guests want functionality-packed apps, new Omnico Mobile survey finds.
82% of employees will buy more often from their workplace canteen with order ahead technology, finds Omnico
82% of UK employees will buy meals more often from their workplace canteen or restaurant if they can order ahead and pick up their meal from a dedicated service point, research by Omnico and The Caterer magazine has found.
Omnico named as finalists in the 2018 Park World Excellence Awards
We are delighted to have been selected as finalists in the Park World Excellence Awards 2018 in the Best Ticketing & Access Control Product category.
Chinese theme park visitors will spend four times more on food and drink if technology is improved
68% of Chinese theme park visitors will spend up to four times more than normal on food and drink if they can use mobile phone apps to order in advance, research by Omnico has found.
75% of US theme park visitors won’t buy food and beverage if there are queues
75% of US visitors say they often or occasionally decide against buying food and beverage at a park because of queuing, while 65% take the same view with regard to buying merchandise.
85% of UK theme park visitors won’t buy food and drink if there are queues
85% of UK visitors say they often or occasionally decide against buying food and drink at a theme park because of queues, while 67% take the same view with regard to buying merchandise.
Robots rocket theme park visitor spending on food and drink by 160%
Global research shows 62% of theme park visitors ready to spend up to four times more than normal if a robot brings food and drink to their exact location.