Pay-at-Table Technology in the U.S.: What Is Holding Back Adoption?
- Date:October 30, 2018
- Ken Paterson
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Restaurants are coping with multiple technology choices.
Pay-at-table technologies hold great promise for speeding up payment and reducing the wait for a table, yet they compete with a growing number of payment and integrated IT options in the restaurant vertical. As is so often the case, merchant choices are complicated by economics and too many choices.
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