Vivonet partners with MyCheck for POS, payment integration

MyRestaurant provides Vivonet customers with a new way for improving the experience they can deliver to guests, with seamless mobile ordering and payments connected directly to their POS.

Vivonet Acquisition has partnered with MyCheck to develop a point-of-sale and payment API integration to deliver frictionless mobile experiences for hotels, resorts and restaurants. Through this new integration with MyCheck’s MyRestaurant solution, customers of Vivonet, using the Vivonet Cloud POS platform, will have the ability to extend their food-and-beverage options to mobile devices, to offer full menu viewing, ordering, roomservice, and digital wallet capabilities to meet the demands of a new breed of travelers.
 
“MyRestaurant provides Vivonet customers with a new way for improving the experience they can deliver to guests, with seamless mobile ordering and payments connected directly to their POS,” Vivonet President and CEO Alaa Pasha said in a statement. “Together with the Vivonet API, MyRestaurant will enable guests to use their mobile devices to pre-order a meal before their arrival, add to their orders while dining or quickly pay their bills right at the table, all processed immediately through the POS in a single experience.”
 
MyRestaurant offers out-of-the-box support of leading digital payment providers, including ApplePay, Android Pay, MasterPass, and Visa CheckOut. It will be offered to Vivonet customers as a custom API configuration within the Vivonet Cloud POS system, with no additional hardware or additional tools required. This new API integration is available to all Vivonet customers.

“Integrating MyCheck to with Vivonet is the simplest and most efficient way to streamline guest engagement, increase revenues, drive loyalty and improve the dining experience for hospitality patrons and staff,” Shlomit Kugler, MyCheck Global CEO and co-founder, said in a statement. “With Mobile payments expected to reach $3 trillion worldwide by 2021 – the time is now for hotels and restaurants to embrace the technologies that are the path to success.”

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