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When choosing a point of sale system for a pizzeria, hearing the experiences of other operators can be invaluable.
Duration:1 hour | The technology decisions you make for your restaurants today—and next year—will determine your ability to compete in 2020.
How understanding the critical requirements can help you avoid a costly mistake.
Web ordering is driving sales for pizza and delivery restaurants: more than 50% of sales for some leading chains, In this guide, find expert tips on web ordering promotion, best practices to upsize online orders and increase frequency, and tips for choosing the right provider.
Better control of labor and food costs, as well as increased upselling and improved loyalty programs, help restaurants stand out in a crowded marketplace.
More than 83% of pizzerias deliver. At many of those shops, delivery is the primary source of revenue. Yet few outside the delivery market understand the complexity of this business modeland just how difficult it can be to operate an efficient, profitable delivery concept.
Did you know that by tapping into the sales data collected every day by your POS, you can drive sales, improve operations, and increase profits?
New technology doesnt have to mean endless investment. POS systems are available now that integrate Web and mobile apps, offer real-time management tools and are scalable to meet the evolving needs of a restaurant.
A Chicago-based pizza chain increases consistency, controls inventory and reduces food costs with the SpeedLine POS system.
Most SpeedLine users find that the POS has the biggest initial impact on their business results in the areas of cash control, loss prevention, labor cost management, customer service, and administrative efficiency.
Staffing a restaurant for service and efficiency is a challenge: You don't want teenagers twiddling their thumbs in the back when things are slow at the front counter. But when the rush hits, you need all hands on deck.
With food costs on the rise, the most successful restaurant operators take great care to manage inventory and limit waste. Inventory is cash on the shelves, and waste, over-stocking, theft, and spoilage immediately impact a restaurants bottom lineoften to the tune of thousands of dollars per year.
Restaurants are at high risk of credit card fraud. Its a risk that many restaurant operators underestimate and many are too confused by the technical requirements to protect their businesses effectively. In fact, while the risk is real, you...
Restaurateurs invest in point-of-sale systems first and foremost to improve speed and accuracy of service at the POS. But operators who learn to use their POS systems planning and reporting tools may find that the systems biggest impact on profits happens before the restaurant opens for the day.
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