Topics: Customer Service, Delivery, Dine In, How-to, Insights and Best Practices, menu pricing, pizza POS, point of sale, Restaurant Marketing, restaurant marketing, restaurant POS, restaurant technology, upselling
Pizza Hut franchise company Rage, Inc., uses fingerprint security to control access to the company’s SpeedLine point of sale systems for more than 1800 employees at 118 restaurant locations.
Topics: employee management, Enterprise, How-to, Industry Experts, Insights and Best Practices, loss prevention, pizza POS, point of sale, Restaurant Management, restaurant management, restaurant POS, Restaurant Technology, Security, Theft and Security
A high-volume restaurant running Brygid online ordering with SpeedLine POS handles 400–500 web orders each week. To drive online sales, they lead with the menu—making it easy for customers to order popular items right from the home page. They also direct customers to order online through Facebook posts and promotions.
Back in the day (not that many days ago, actually), I worked in a giant electronics store as a computer salesperson. I sold laptop computers, desktops, mice, keyboards, monitors, you name it. Then came the iPad, the Blackberry Playbook, and other tablets.
Topics: Dine In, Insights and Best Practices, menu management, mobile ordering, Online Ordering, pizza POS, restaurant, Restaurant Management, restaurant marketing, Restaurant Technology, restaurant technology
Customer Service is the foundation on which loyalty and word-of-mouth advertising is built. It always has been, and always will be. But nowadays, it’s almost as if being rude is the rule instead of the exception.
QR (Quick Response) codes are showing up everywhere. But what are these barcode-like boxes? A QR code can be scanned with a smart phone, pulling up a block of text or immediately bringing up a web page. Consumers want immediate access to what’s relevant and QR codes give them that.
How and when do you decide to listen to your customers? Sometimes what your customers do speaks louder than what they may say. Are you “listening” when they choose not to talk to you?