Point of sale shoppers at Pizza Expo represent new concepts and established ones, small carryout shops, dine-in restaurants, and busy delcos. Some have experience with multiple POS systems, and some are still using pen and paper to take orders and spreadsheets to manage the business.
The Pizza Expo show floor opened this morning with a press of restaurant operators lined up to explore new goods and services for their businesses. Point of sale shoppers were searching out new options to ramp up online ordering, improve delivery efficiency, and increase customer sales and loyalty.
If we missed you at the Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference (MURTEC) this past week, we’ll be in Vegas again this coming week, in booth #1327 at the International Pizza Expo.
Pizza Expo runs March 23-26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center; this is the largest show for the pizza industry. Now in its 31st year, the International Pizza Expo includes a packed exhibition floor, five days of keynotes, seminars, demo events and much more.
We invite you to visit us at booth # 1327 where you can learn from current SpeedLine users how to save time and money at the point of sale. Plus fill out a quick survey to and bring it by the booth. You’ll get a Benchmarking Report to see how your business compares to other pizza restaurants, and an entry to win $250. And if you are considering a new POS system, you’ll find the best prices at Pizza Expo. Don’t miss out on the year's best deal on the POS system more pizza chains choose.
Maybe it was coincidence, but the restaurant operators I visited with at Pizza Expo today were all talking marketing. The questions ran the gamut from how to start a loyalty program to the best ways to integrate online ordering to how to share guest information from their POS, email club, loyalty program, and online ordering database.
Regardless, they all wanted to know how they could use the POS system more effectively to increase average check, guest frequency, and overall profitability.
Serving customers well is a top priority for dine-in restaurant operators. A disorganized dining room can be a nightmare, but with the right tools in place, you can easily monitor table status, table turns, and wait staff performance to keep guests and staff happy while maximizing dining room efficiency.
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