Merchants can now offer Tabbedout mobile payments from Digital Dining to consumers who want to pay with their smartphones.
Top hospitality point of sale (POS) software developer, Digital Dining, has announced that it will be adding Tabbedout – a free mobile payment application – to their portfolio of products before the end of 2012’s second quarter.
Tabbedout allows consumers to use their smartphones to open, view, and pay their bills. Its availability will mean that a broader segment of the hospitality industry in the United States will be able to provide their customers with the ability to add smartphones to their various payment options. It will also provide the over 100 million smartphone carrying American consumers with a new secure and instant way to pay their tabs at restaurants and bars.
The app will be integrated into the POS at Digital Dining, so that it will be able to provide a software that restaurants or bars can update easily and then deploy the Tabbedout app without needing to install any new forms of hardware. When this app is used by restaurants and their patrons, then the servers are able to spend more time serving products such as food and beverages instead of wasting time on handling the bills, which allows them to boost their revenues contributing to the bottom line.
According to the senior business development manager of Menusoft Systems Corporation, Andre Nataf, “Mobile payments are becoming more popular and demanded by the consumer, and we need to provide a way for our merchants to quickly meet that demand in a secure manner.” That company is the creator of the Digital Dining POS.
Nataf added that they are always seeking superior technologies and solutions to incorporate into the POS platform. He explained that “Tabbedout provides a unique solution specifically built for the hospitality industry.”
The Tabbedout app was created by security experts for both Android smartphones and iPhones.
This mobile payment application lets its users store their debit and credit card data in their smartphones in a secure, encrypted, passphrase protected way, instead of storing them in the cloud or on host servers.