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Apple Pay dominates US contactless payments

Apple Pay is dominating contactless payments in the US, taking two thirds of the share.

For every $3 spent on all purchases using contactless payments, Apple Pay accounts for $2 across the three biggest US card networks – American Express, MasterCard and Visa.

Apple Pay supports credit and debit cards from the three payment networks, issued by the most popular US banks including Bank of America, Capital One Bank, Chase, Citi and Wells Fargo.

Launched in Autumn 2014, Apple boss Time Cook quite

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Top tips on multi-channel for restaurants, with Bookatable

Today, much of Bookatable’s success lies on its multi-channel strategy.

Mike Wakeling, Product Manager at Bookatable, explained: “One of Bookatable’s main business objectives is to give diners the flexibility of booking restaurants through any device.” Talking to Startups.co.uk, Joe Steele, Bookatable CEO shared how his restaurant booking company successfully expanded across multiple mobile devices and the steps it took to do so. “Expanding the Bookatable platform across multi-channel

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Restaurant bookings made easy with Bookatable

With over 12,000 partners, many restaurant owners will be familiar with the booking service known as Bookatable.

Bookatable is an online restaurant booking platform, offering point-of-sale, website and app services, covering major cities across the UK and Europe, operating in 9 different languages and across 16 countries. In the UK it is used by the likes of Chiquito, Jamie’s Italian, Las Iguanas, Pizza express, and Hilton Hotels and Resorts. Plus a great number of individual restaurant owners.

For

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The shining technology stars of 2014

2014 has seen another eventful year for technology in the retail and hospitality space.

Digital delights have included the: beacon, interactive mirror, pre-order app, interactive table, concierge app, QR code, slim line check out, click and collect, digital receipts, mobile EPoS, and most recently wearable technology and 3D and augmented reality.

Each has shared a moment in the spotlight vying for the retailer’s attention in order to please and serve their customers more effectively. For some

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Is there life yet for QR codes and mobile?

QR codes and mobile devices continue to work in partnership to provide an enhanced shopping experience in store and increased customer interaction.

Department and larger scale stores are finding the technology particularly relevant for their customers as a means to direct them to the many products and brands under their one roof. Fashion label, Ralph Lauren, opted for digital technology to support its new Polo line for women at Harrods, London. Shoppers could use their smart phones to scan QR codes

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