Finding the right technology for your pizzeria is no easy task, especially one as crucial as the right point of sale. A POS is a big investment that impacts how your business operates. Here are a few of the must-have features to look out for:
The weather is warming, and patio season is here. Setting up your restaurant’s patio for summer involves more than pulling out the tables, and adding summer specials and promotions.
Your patio is an extension of your dining area during the summer months. If you offer full service, it’s important that your customers receive the same quality of service indoors and out.
Pizza Marketplace recently released a new guide to help pizzerias navigate the process of selecting a new point of sale system, particularly when it comes to compatibility with your restaurant.
Compatibility Matters: Meeting Your POS Match walks restaurant owners through the important considerations about the point of sale system—and their restaurant concept—before tying the knot with a compatible POS partner.
It’s that time of year again! We are getting ready for the 2018 Pizza Expo in Las Vegas.
Pizza Expo is North America’s biggest pizza industry event.
Looking for a good reason to join us? How about five great reasons?
The last year brought about some big changes to the pizzeria industry, from increases in online ordering, to native mobile apps, robotic delivery, and third party delivery. In today’s post, we’ve collected the what we expect to be the hot pizzeria tech topics in 2018:
Supremo’s Pizzeria founders Don and Gayle Speicher set out with the goal of providing top notch customer satisfaction while making the best product possible—Where Taste Reigns SUPREME™.
The Speichers’ son, Steve, has been integral to the success of the family business. Steve’s passion for pizza started in college when he began driving for Supremo’s Pizza. Today, he keeps his parents’ goals in mind, managing the North Hills location as well as the company’s digital marketing materials and revisions to the point of sale menu and coupons.
We caught up with Steve to find out more about Supremo’s Pizzeria and the impact the SpeedLine point of sale system has had in many different areas of their business.
Are you fully staffed for summer? It’s that time of year when students are thinking about how they can earn some money during the summer break.
Many restaurant operators find that hiring reliable staff can present challenges on a regular basis. Hiring seasonal staff has its own unique set of challenges. Before you leap into recruiting, consider these quick tips for savvy summer hiring:
Topics: employee management, How-to, Insights and Best Practices, pizza POS, point of sale, Restaurant Management, restaurant management, social media marketing, SpeedLine POS, student hiring, Uncategorized
A week after our return from the International Pizza Expo, we’re still digesting all that we saw and heard at this year’s big show.
Conversations with restaurant operators at the Expo are a crash course in how the industry is changing—and how it stays the same.
The radical changes that stood out to me were around mobile technology. Restaurant operators were looking for solutions for mobile order entry in the store. And flexible options to handle online orders from a surprisingly wide set of providers.
Topics: Enterprise, Industry Experts, Insights and Best Practices, International Pizza Expo, Loyalty, Online Ordering, online ordering, pizza POS, point of sale, restaurant management, Restaurant Marketing, restaurant POS, Restaurant Technology, restaurant technology, SpeedLine Customers, SpeedLine POS, SpeedLine POS News, Tradeshows
With most of the crew at the International Pizza Expo this week (visit SpeedLine at booth #421), we're featuring this article on master menus from the archives.
Many chains use master corporate menus to control food cost and brand consistency. By standardizing menu offerings, recipes, and portions, restaurant chains protect their margins, deliver a consistent product across multiple locations. This streamlines IT operations.
Tastes can vary from one area to another. The leek-and-potato pizza that’s a hit in Oakland may not go over so well in Dallas. With regional differences in prices, coupons, and tastes, how do you put the concept of a corporate menu into practice?
Topics: Customer Service, How-to, Industry Experts, Insights and Best Practices, pizza POS, point of sale, POS choice, Restaurant Management, restaurant management, restaurant marketing, restaurant POS, Restaurant Technology, SpeedLine Customers, SpeedLine user
As we get ready to head to Pizza Expo 2017 next week, we’ve been thinking about what a fantastic opportunity it is to check out new pizza and delivery-related products. If you’re looking for ideas to improve operations in your pizzeria, Pizza Expo is a great place to start.
Are you opening a new restaurant, or replacing aging equipment? Ensuring your restaurant equipment is in tip-top shape is a key factor in fine tuning operations.
These are three equipment essentials for any pizza and delivery operation:
Topics: Enterprise, How-to, Industry Experts, Insights and Best Practices, International Pizza Expo, Inventory, Online Ordering, oven, pizza expo, pizza POS, point of sale, refrigeration, Restaurant Management, restaurant management, restaurant POS, Restaurant Technology, SpeedLine Customers, SpeedLine POS