Visa does a great job of explaining to the masses what an EMV card is, what it isn’t and what it means to consumers and merchants alike. Click below and use the arrows on the left and right of your screen to see what this means to merchants and consumers when the EMV Liability Shift goes live October 1, 2015.
Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce member RDS of Wichita is recognized in this month’s Member Minute. General Manager Paul Baumgartner and Account Manager Brent Christy are interviewed about the advantages of being a Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce member, doing business in the Wichita area and the successes of Retail Data Systems. Some of the highlights from the article include:
Paul Baumgartner being recognized as the NCR Salesman of the year
Working in the great community of Wichita, KS
How beneficial it is to be a member of the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce
RDS operates as a national company,
while also maintaining a small business feel
A Brief overview of the types of services and solutions RDS offers to our many customers
You can read the full interview on the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce website.
Retail Data Systems SE showcasing the Aloha Point of Sale System at the 2013 Hospitality Career Expo Friday February 1st at the Georgia International Convention Center. RDS staff met with and networked with over 2,500 future employees, customers, hospitality students, teachers and mentors. Showcasing OUR BRAND and making a lasting first impression on the industries future buyers. Educating the future of the hospitality industry and training the educators who influence our industry is another way we take pride in the industries we serve.
How the best drive-thru operations in the industry make the wheels go ’round.
The drive-thru operation of a quick-service restaurant may seem relatively cut and dried, but operators aren’t resting on their laurels when it comes to their outdoor business. For many brands in the industry, the drive thru can account for anywhere between 50 and 70 percent of sales—no small number in a $200 billion industry.
For the last 14 years, QSR has challenged operators to improve their drive-thru business through the Drive-Thru Performance Study, a proprietary report co-owned by QSRand Columbus, Ohio–based Insula Research. And in the report’s first decade, operators rose to the challenge; over that time, brands fine-tuned their operations and improved on elements such as speed and accuracy.
However, it became clear that a number of brands stood above the rest in the drive-thru business. So in 2011, QSRand Insula Research debuted the benchmark group of the best brands in drive thru, including six permanent brands—McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A, Wendy’s, Burger King, Krystal, and Taco Bell—along with one rotating regional chain, which was Del Taco in the benchmark group’s inaugural year. Read More