Heartland Payment Systems and Tabbedout are working together to deliver an integrated mobile payment solution designed for restaurant and bar operators. The joint solution aims eliminates the tedious process of serving physical checks to each patron and tab management while also enhancing the customer experience by enabling consumers to access their checks and securely check out on demand.
The Tabbedout platform will be enhanced with features such as alternative payment acceptance; multi-use tokenization for payment security; SKU-level gift, rewards and promotions; reservations and waitlist management. Gateway and e-commerce solutions and more that features that enable operators to improve their payments and business management will also be included. The companies are working together to integrate additional value-added services such as dining reviews and venue discovery to deliver more value to both customers and merchants.
David Gilbert, Heartland’s president — hospitality group said: “Built exclusively for the hospitality industry, Tabbedout’s ability to simplify front-of-house management and communicate directly with consumers in a meaningful way, all while facilitating a seamless, enjoyable customer experience, can change the way restaurants and bars do business. When combined with Heartland’s leading-edge technology, the combination becomes more powerful.”
Alex Broeker, CEO of Tabbedout said: “Working closely with partners like Heartland, we will be able to deliver even more value to operators and consumers as we continue to expand our mobile payments and loyalty platform. Heartland’s advanced, proprietary processing technology and wide array of targeted merchant solutions are the perfect complement to our mobile application that, when combined, provide a solid foundation for us to build upon together.”
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