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The pizza restaurant industry continues to be a healthy one: according to the 2020 Pizza Power Report from PMQ1, the U.S. pizza market generates $46.34 billion in sales—and that figure is rising. But with the number of pizzerias in this country growing to 77,724 this year, the competition for those sales dollars is fierce. Delicious pies alone are not a sufficient draw—pizzerias need to provide an outstanding overall customer experience.
Pizzerias are a unique vertical of the hospitality industry. Even a skilled full service restaurant owner or bar manager would need to learn the nuances of the pizza industry to succeed. In the same way, you wouldn’t expect a traditional restaurant point of sale (POS) system to have the capabilities to address all the distinctive needs of pizzerias.
Your menu is important. It’s what draws customers in and what keeps them coming back. But what the most successful pizzeria owners understand is managing your menu is just as important to the overall operational success of your restaurant.
Whether you own one store or a multi-unit chain, managing a pizzeria has its challenges. But a pizza point of sale (POS) system that includes these specific restaurant reporting and management features can help you coordinate sales, labor, menu, inventory and other information to make better decisions that will increase operational efficiencies across your entire business. Here are the tools you need:
Pizza connoisseurs have a lot of options to choose from these days. You might have the best pizza in town, but in this competitive environment, if you aren’t using marketing and retention tools to get more customers and keep them coming back, you’re not taking advantage of the potential revenue opportunities. One such tool that has proven to be highly effective is a restaurant loyalty program. Keep reading to find out why you need one and how you can make it best work for you.
Your hungry customers want your delicious pizza—but first they need an online ordering experience that’s easy and convenient. To maximize your revenue opportunity, you should be offering multiple channels for customers to purchase from. This includes both online ordering from your website and a branded mobile ordering app. Here are some ways you can use your restaurant online ordering software to improve the customer experience and increase pizza sales.
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.
Americans eat approximately 100 acres of pizza a day! By the end of 2018, there were almost 77,000 pizzerias in the U.S. working to meet the demand. With so much competition, it’s not enough just to make great pizza—you also need to create a fantastic customer experience every step of the way. Savvy pizzeria owners are leveraging technology to gain a competitive edge. Here’s how the right pizza point of sale (POS) system can help you build better customer relationships and increase your profit margins.