Smartphones and other mobile devices have changed the way people live in profound ways—including where they decide to eat. According to 2017 research from eMarketer, U.S. consumers spend an average of more than three hours a day within mobile apps (and almost another hour on the mobile web). If your fast-casual restaurant (FCR) doesn’t have a mobile ordering app, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity to engage with customers.
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According to the 2018 Pizza Power Report from Pizza Magazine (PMQ), consumers want their pizza the way they want it and as fast as they can get it. In the U.S., delivery orders account for almost $9.8 billion of pizza sales every year and you want your share of that pie. Here’s how optimize your delivery operations, give customers the delivery experience they want and ensure your business gets a healthy slice of the pizza delivery market.
It was 2004 when Hungry Howie’s Pizza (www.hungryhowies.com) was looking for a solution to standardize its menu and technology. Dan McKay, director of IT, explains that this was the key to help drive many of the company’s plans and initiatives. Unification of accounting, operations and marketing - with better automation and more timely insight - ”was the primary goal. Revention (www.revention.com) emerged as the leader in helping the brand bring those goals to fruition and the POS solution was installed across a subset of locations. A decade later, the chain made Revention the standard platform throughout its entire brand.