Cousins Subs is the latest restaurant chain to add mobile and online ordering to its menu through a partnership with remote ordering guru Olo.
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A new app feature that Kmart is testing at a store in New York failed to live up to its self-checkout promise in one test by a reporter.
Yelp is extending booking capabilities on mobile into wineries via an integration with CellarPass, a digital reservations system designed for winery, brewery and distillery tasting.
Same-day hotel booking application HotelTonight is reinventing the hospitality check-in process with keyless room entry, an innovation raised from predictive marketing to meet mobile needs as 64 percent of total travelers showed interest in this feature, according to a recent report by Magnani Caruso Dutton.
NEW YORK – The mobile applications for merchants such as Zappos, Home Depot and 7-Eleven stand above the rest by delivering precise information that meets users’ specific needs, according to an analyst at Forrester’s Forum for Customer Experience Professionals East.
Rhodes 101 Stops’ unveiling of an application that lets motorists buy gas by scanning a QR code on a pump and ties in to rewards programs reflects the convenience store and gas station chain’s effort to reach drivers who rely on their phones as a research tool.
McDonald’s first use in the United States of a company-branded mobile-ordering and payments application at restaurants in Columbus, GA, continues an effort by the world’s largest restaurant chain to get a much-demanded service right before making it more widely available.
A new app that combines the sharing functionality of social media with mobile payments has accounted for 5 percent of volume at New York bar Windsor in the first week, according to one of the establishment’s owners.
Delta is one of several airlines that has taken the lead in mobile services for its customers, having converted about 39 percent of its desktop customers to app users – more than either Southwest Airlines or United – according to a new report from Boston Consulting Group.
Nationwide pharmacy franchise Health Mart will offer patrons on-the-go prescription management options through application platform GetMyRx, a partnership which further evidences how mobile is equipping community pharmacies for the digital age with cost-effective tech.