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Like any other industry, restaurants are under relentless pressure to satisfy the soaring expectations of consumers, who are keen on more personalization and convenience. It's especially difficult in the age of the digital native where quicker, easier and more customized…
Tuesday, Pizza Marketplace told you about Domino's use of AI to boost the customer experience. Today, we break down what restaurateurs can take away from the pizza giant's experience to help improve their brands.
Domino's has discovered a virtual goldmine in the data-handling computer power of a resource once confined to the picture-heavy needs of video gaming — the GPU.
As 2019 draws to a close, pizza brands are contending with significant dips in dine-in traffic, as well as peaks in patrons' passion for all things plant-based. How can a brand make the most of the market is as we enter 2020? Part two of this Pizza Puzzler gives expert guidance for the year ahead.
This month's Pizza Puzzler focuses on a question many brand leaders are mulling over at this hour, "How should I change my brand in the coming year for maximum business benefit?" In this two-part "Pizza Puzzler," restaurant industry trend predictors, brand leaders and professional organizations give their best informed guesses for the year ahead.
Technology allows restaurants to deliver a better guest experience, but companies still need to test new solutions since no one tool meets all companies' needs, a panel noted at the recent Fast Casual Executive Summit.
By envisioning the carryout business as a component of an emerging, integrated digital ecosystem, restaurant decision makers can allocate resources in a way that optimizes labor and successfully meets customer needs.
How prepared is your brand for the cyber-future? If there's room for improvement in this area, this Nov. 19 webinar promises to get you up to speed.
Meeting this off-premise challenge, driven by the growth of e-commerce, requires a thorough assessment of how the organization manages its delivery orders.
While credit card theft isn't new, the internet is giving rise to new opportunities for credit card scamming. To protect against fraud, foodservice operators need to use state-of-the-art payment equipment and educate employees to follow security procedures.
In this new Pizza Marketplace series, pizza brand leaders ask us to find expert responses to some of their most vexing operational problems. This month's puzzler from Minnesota's Davanni's Pizza is a familiar one for most operators, but our three experts offer some interesting solutions worth strong consideration.
From automated assembly lines, to salad-making robots, food tech is increasingly becoming part of daily life in QSR kitchens. Here, a food tech and safety expert offers her best advice for purchasing and operating these labor-saving systems safely day-in and day-out.
Self-service kiosks, and other automation technologies, deliver greater efficiencies to restaurants, but managing the data for managing equipment presents more than a few challenges.
The AI-driven automated pizza assembly line made public this morning promises to take pizza brands' make-stations out of human hands and turn them over to a 300 pie-per-hour data and pizza-making dynamo.
Pizza Marketplace will host a live webinar, "30 Days to More Profitable Delivery." The one hour event starts at 2 p.m. EST on Oct. 8 and is sponsored by Speedline Solutions.
As third-party delivery platforms proliferate, pizza restaurateurs are challenged to lasso customers' demand into their daily business flow. After all, as 1000 Degrees Pizza recently learned, doing so can have enormous benefits on the bottom line.
One reason social media is a such a well-loved and used business tool is that it offers all kinds of cost efficiencies as a marketing platform. Check out these ideas for maximizing your brand's social media efforts at little or no cost, but lots of customer engagement savvy.
Seeking ways for your pizza brand to snap up customer engagement, loyalty and sales? Consider Snapchat as well as these five tips to getting the most bang for your social media buck ... before it -- much like the Snaps themselves -- is gone.
Increasing demand for delivery and decreasing customer tolerance for waiting mean that pizza brands must absolutely have an online ordering portal today and ensure it works quickly and easily. Here are some things pizza leaders can do now to make sure those essentials are in place.
Delivery-heavy pizza brands today depend heavily on all sorts of restaurant tech, but one restaurant designer wants brand leaders to approach their accommodation for such technology with a healthy dose of caution that it doesn't wash away your brand's customer experience.