OpenTable’s ‘Pay with OpenTable’ app has integrated with NCR Aloha point-of-sale solution via the NCR hosted Application Protocol Interface (API) platform.
The NCR Hosted API Platform allows third parties to integrate, maintain and deploy their service across NCR’s installed base of point-of-sale systems.
Also, NCR Hosted APIs allow OpenTable app users with secure and convenient payment option.
Users can add a credit card in the OpenTable app before dining and can then pay their check on their smartphone without any separate app or codes or scanning of barcodes.
Pay with OpenTable is currently available in select cities and restaurants across the U.S. and will be available to NCR Aloha customers in the second half of this year.
District, a restaurant in San Francisco, has been piloting the integrated solution since April.
“The integration with the NCR Aloha point-of-sale solution makes the OpenTable mobile payment experience even more widely available to our customers,” said Matt Roberts, chief executive officer of OpenTable.
A few days ago, NCR launched NCR Orderman7, its latest mobile point-of-sale (POS) solution in North America.
Also, Magnit, a food retailer in Russia, deployed NCR SelfServ Checkout as part of its strategy to improve customer satisfaction and deliver high-quality convenience goods.
Few weeks ago, NCR Corporation launched the latest version of Authentic, its transaction processing solution from Alaric, an NCR business.
This apart, to improve payment security, last month, Roche Bros. deployed NCR Connected Payments.