In March, we released Pay@ the Door, which permits SpeedLine users to accept card-present EMV chip payments upon delivery. At the time of release, Pay@ the Door could only be used on an iOS device paired with a Bluetooth EMV PIN pad. Now, Pay@ the Door is also available for Android devices.
Topics: Pay@ the Door, technology in the restaurant, restaurant technology, restaurant technology trends, Restaurant Technology, restaurant delivery operations, restaurant delivery, pizza delivery, Delivery, delivery
In a recent post, we spoke with Previti Pizza owner Kevin Wade about his experience using SpeedLine POS in his high-volume restaurant. Located in downtown Manhattan, many of his customers are businesses. He uses house accounts to manage their orders, and invoice them at the end of the month.
Managing inventory in a pizzeria is no simple task. Inventory accounts for the second largest percentage of a restaurant’s costs, yet according to the State of Small Business Report, 39% of small business owners still manage inventory using pen, paper and spreadsheets. Some don’t even take the time to manage their inventory at all.
In January 2018, Jeff Longo opened a second NYPD Pizza Orlando location in Hunter’s Creek. After years of not offering online ordering for his delivery and takeout customers, Longo decided that his new point of sale system would have to have that option.
In the last month, there have been big changes at SpeedLine as we have completed the move to a new headquarters.
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Earlier this week, we were happy to announce Coconut Kenny’s selection of SpeedLine POS as their exclusive POS technology partner. For many years, SpeedLine’s Northern Washington-based employees have professed their love for Coconut Kenny’s pizza and sandwiches.
The end of the year means it’s time to start thinking about taxes. In the United States, the IRS Tax Code Section 179 will allow the deduction of equipment and software purchases by businesses of up to $1 million in 2018. Essentially, it will allow restaurants to deduct the entire cost of a new point of sale system or other equipment upgrades. It could also potentially increase your cash reserves.
Tablet point of sale systems are growing in popularity because of their capacity to improve efficiency and mobility within the restaurant. But this new mobility in the restaurant relies on your mPOS tablets being properly connected to the network.
A new SpeedLine POS integration, BeerBoard SmartBar manages draft beer inventory and analytics. BeerBoard Director of Marketing & PR JC Whipple explains the practical benefits and ROI in today’s On Point post.
How well do you understand your delivery business? Orders are dispatched out the door, but without direct customer feedback, do you really know if your deliveries are on time?
An analysis of data over time can uncover issues that may be impacting your business. But it can be difficult to look at a spreadsheet of numbers and intuitively understand what the numbers mean. Visual analytics software is different. A solution like LiveMaps can give you a different view of delivery performance.