Pizzafire ignites growth with new POS tech
HD View Technologies has signed on to install its POS system in all 19 current locations of Pizzafire nationwide. According to the brand's leadership, not only will the new system help the restaurants more efficiently staff, but it also will allow the chain save time on menu updates and maintain close connections with new locations.
In addition to existing locations, the agreement covers 15 additional Pizzafire units planned by end of year, a news release said. The company will deploy several POS systems at each restaurant site, including existing locations in Ohio and planned sites in Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, Tennessee, and Tampa, Florida.
"Pizzafire is exactly the type of company we love partnering with," said Dennis Mancino, CEO of HD View 360, the parent company of HD View Technologies. "They're smart. They're forward-thinking. And they're experts in their industry. As more and more franchisees join their team, our cloud-based POS is going to slash infrastructure costs and improve operational productivity."
Pizzafire founder and CEO Sean Brauser said that the system is easy to use and engage with, making the arduous task of rapid system growth much easier.
"In a franchise operation, you really want to have uniformity," he said in the release. "The operations you build have to be so perfect and simple to use that new owners can jump right in and run your system. HD View Technology's POS provides just that."
One week after launching the POS solution, Pizzafire, already has one franchisee on board with the new system, which the chain hopes to expand to iOS devices by year's end.
Companies: HD View 360, Inc.