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EPoS Now asks: is your EPoS platform a liability?

One of the most problematic phrases a small business owner can say is, “We’ve always done it that way”. Comfort destroys aspiration and therein destroys a company’s ability to grow...

Clover EPoS asks: reservations or walk-ins – what works best?

Global EPoS Giant, Clover, has decided to ask one of the trickiest questions within the restaurant sector – should you focus on reservations or walk-ins? Is this the perennial issue...

Why cash is still king of the high street but you need to start planning for change

Cash is still the de facto choice of payment means in the UK in relation to the wider hospitality market. Contactless and debit card payments are increasing apace but cash...

Sainsbury’s celebrate 60 days of EPoS-free pilot store with customer satisfaction decline

Back in April, Sainsbury’s announced its micro flagship store in Holborn, next to the company’s HQ, was about to go EPoS-free. The store required customers to download an app and...

Fraud reported on Deliveroo and Just Eat apps

Some Deliveroo and Just Eat customers have reported that their accounts have been used to buy food that they didn’t order, but both companies deny a data breach. What happened?...

Cutting out card payment human error with PaymentSense

Contactless card payments were introduced nearly a decade ago in the UK and have grown in popularity as more and more sectors use this quick and easy way of taking...

Why SME hospitality needs to embrace digital ordering technology

As digitisation continues apace within the hospitality sector and the way in which customers order services have changed.  Restaurants, pubs and takeaways are exploring new digital ordering platforms to help...

Casio – why you need to focus on “shrinkage”

The eminent EPoS manufacturer, Casio, has put out a strong ‘call-to-arms’ for Britain’s millions of small businesses to focus this summer on shrinkage. For the uninitiated, 'shrinkage' is the industry...

First organ delivery by drone

A human kidney for transplant has been delivered by drone to a Medical Centre in Baltimore in the first flight of its kind.  This is exciting news for medical science...

GDPR says HMRC must delete five million voice records

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has concluded that HMRC has breached GDPR in the way that it collected the biometric voice records of users and now must delete five million...