Three Ways a POS System Can Maximize Restaurant Profits

Better control of labor and food costs, as well as increased upselling and improved loyalty programs, help restaurants stand out in a crowded marketplace.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: SpeedLine POS


The Gravitational Pull of Fast Casual

This paper takes a closer look at how changing consumer sentiments and expectations gave rise to the star that is fast casual, and how it continues siphoning market share away from quick service and casual dining.

Type: Guide

Sponsor: Long Range Systems


Pizza Executive Summit 2011: Workforce Leadership

In this presentation, workforce leadership is examined. Topics of discussion include cultivating your company culture, the development of leaders within the company and the long-term cost of leadership development.

Type: Presentation

Sponsor: Pizza Executive Summit


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What 5 qualities do you need in your frontline employees?

As restaurant operators, the most important thing we do is coach and develop our people.

Commodities: Most prices fall

The prices for cheese increased, but wheat, gasoline, natural gas and pizza stocks fell last week.

Commodities: Gasoline still a bargain

The price for cheese remained unchanged, wheat increased, gasoline decreased, natural gas increased, and pizza stocks varied.

Word-of-mouth marketing: Is it still important?

Does anybody talk anymore? As we start 2016, we consistently see the introduction of new changes to our industry that prove that the pizza marketplace, like any other industry in the 21st century, is driven largely by technology, social media and digital advertising.

Growing reception and use of restaurant self-serve POS

While rugged mobile tablets are making their way into the food services market, one element of the checkout experience that continues to be in demand for restaurant patrons are self-serve kiosks.

Commodities: Gasoline prices continue to fall

The prices of cheese, gasoline and natural gas decreased, while wheat remained unchanged.

Commodities: Cheese up; wheat, gasoline and natural gas down; pizza stocks vary

The price for cheese increased; wheat, gasoline and natural gas decreased; and pizza stocks varied.

Commodities: Pizza stocks fall

The price for cheese and wheat increased, gasoline decreased, natural gas was mixed and pizza stocks dropped.

Commodities: Cheese up, wheat down, gasoline steady,

The price for cheese increased by 8 cents. Additionally, wheat decreased, gasoline remained steady and pizza stocks varied.

Commodities: Cheese, wheat, gasoline prices fall

The price for cheese, wheat and gasoline fell, and pizza stocks varied.

10 fresh restaurant marketing ideas for 2016

Today there are marketing techniques that won't break the bank and will help you save time. Use these restaurant marketing ideas to take your business to the next level in 2016.

Commodities:Up and down

The price for cheese decreased, wheat increased, gasoline and natural gas prices fell, and pizza stocks varied.

The countdown is on for FDA menu labeling

As of Dec. 1, 2016, menu labeling is back on the radar and the required date is back to being measured by months once again.

Living the brand: How &pizza CEO has inspired customers to wear its logo forever

&pizza is the name of the Washington, D.C.-based pizzeria co-founded by Michael Lastoria and Steve Salis in July 2012. Since then, it's expanded to 13 locations in the D.C. area and spreading its four core values — celebrate oneness, make it personal, keep it fresh and elevate everything — as it goes.

Commodities: Prices fall across the board

The prices for cheese, wheat, gasoline, natural gas and pizza stocks fell last week.

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