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.
In Fort Collins, Colorado, people are crazy for Krazy Karl’s. Since opening in 2010, the pizzeria has expanded to two locations within the city, serving university students and families alike.
From the 2018 Pizza International Expo, SpeedLine is pleased to announce a new online ordering service for SpeedLine customers. SpeedDine offers fast, affordable, and convenient online ordering that integrates directly with the SpeedLine POS.
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?
Another year has come and gone. As is our annual tradition, we would like to take a look back on 2017 and the year’s top articles on the On Point: POS Technology Blog.
Upgrading or replacing your POS may be a decision you have been putting off for a while.
You’ve spent a lot of time with your POS. It’s easy to think in terms of problems and gaps—but an important step in evaluating POS systems is to clearly detail not only what you want to change, but also the capabilities and qualities you can’t live without.
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
In the restaurant business, selling your service can be as important as selling your goods. Sure, you make great pizzas—but what are your out-the-door and delivery times? Is the pizza arriving to the customer hot? And your staff: how do they measure up?
No matter how great the food is, every restaurant has room for improvement, both in customer service and in bolstering sales.
Let’s take a closer look at 5 things you can use to market your service and your food while boosting profits:
Topics: contests, customer loyalty, Customer Service, How-to, Industry Experts, Insights and Best Practices, Listening to your Customers, menu management, point of sale, Restaurant Management, Restaurant Marketing, restaurant marketing, social media marketing, SpeedLine POS, SpeedLine user, upselling