The latest company news and press releases about Copper, our partners, and the latest innovations in POS technology.

FEBRUARY 18, 2022

Restaurants, large and small, have the power to leverage analytics. Looking for patterns in data and understanding what the data is telling you can help you make timely decisions.

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FEBRUARY 14, 2022

Copper, a cloud-based payment technology provider, released a pay-at-table solution designed to work with nearly any type of POS system. The company said its patented technology does not require software updates or integrations and can be installed in minutes.

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FEBRUARY 10, 2022

Copper, a leading pay-at-the-table platform for restaurants, today announced it will provide its services for free for six months to any interested independent restaurant.

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JANUARY 11, 2022

The great restaurant industry staffing shortage is just about all anyone can talk about in the industry these days. Staff are stretched thin, longtime service industry employees are leaving...

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JANUARY 4, 2022

Two Patents Awarded to Restaurant Tech Provider Copper

Copper today announced the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awarded the company and its founder two patents for technologies designed to help restaurateurs simplify their access to data through a mix of software and hardware designed to offer pay-at-the-table solutions.

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DECEMBER 14, 2021

As the story goes, Copper’s founder and CTO, Tobias Schneider, was at lunch with a few coworkers a few years ago when the inspiration for Copper emerged. 

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NOVEMBER 8, 2021

The rise in popularity of contactless payments can mean leaner operations, happier staff, and – most importantly – happier customers.

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OCTOBER 15, 2021

The Copper pay-at-the-table solution, enabled by the easy-to-integrate Copper Cord™, allows restaurants to more quickly turn tables and help guests close out checks on their own time. 

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SEPTEMBER 24, 2021

Pay-at-the-table solutions can save guests frustration, ensure more secure credit-card transactions, free up servers’ time, and generally improve the dining experience for everyone involved.