As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to start looking towards 2019. 2018 was a big year in pizza delivery, with car manufacturers pairing with pizza companies to develop self driving cars, and robots making pizza. What new innovations await us in 2019?
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 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.
Savvy restauranteurs realize the untapped wealth of information held captive in our POS systems. Spreadsheets are one of the most widely used tools to organize all that restaurant data. However, maintaining spreadsheets with inventory tabs, costing tabs, labor tabs, daily sales tabs, etc. can become more of a full-time job in organizing numbers than in using the data to make informed decisions.
Customer service is integral for repeat business. If sales are down and morale is low, problems with customer service could be to blame. Here are 5 ways you can use the technology you already have to improve service, and keep your guests coming back.