WOWorks was formed in 2020 with a mission to help guests pursue their passions and live their best lives by serving healthy, nutritious and flavorful meals along with its Vow to “WOW!” guest hospitality. Fully owned by Centre Lane Partners, LLC, WOWorks’ portfolio, in addition to its newest brands, Barberitos Southwestern Grille and Cantina and Zoup! Eatery, consists of: Saladworks, the nation’s leading fast-casual salad brand; Frutta Bowls, a unique restaurant franchise serving a variety of superfood bowls, fresh fruit smoothies, protein bites and more; Garbanzo Mediterranean Fresh, a popular Mediterranean restaurant concept; The Simple Greek, which offers a fresh and healthy take on traditional Greek recipes in a fast-casual setting. WOWorks seeks to drive explosive growth across all of its brands through a variety of channels, both traditional and non-traditional, including ghost kitchens, food
In today’s digitally-forward business world, point of sale tech is everywhere. It could be in a server’s pocket with the right accessory for a mobile phone. It could be indoors or outdoors, free to walk around with or in a fixed position. For restaurants, it could be anywhere the owner wants it to be.
Join Jeremy and Paytronix CEO Andrew Robbins where they talk about customer loyalty, how it goes well beyond rewards programs, and why many restaurants still have a hard time today creating personalized experiences for guests. They also discuss where the industry is headed and explain the current uses of AI and ML, specialized robots, and ghost kitchens, reflecting on the impact they have on brand loyalty and what it means to be a restaurant. There’s also some reminiscing about homemade hover crafts – so there’s something for everyone. Andrew Robbins is the CEO of Paytronix Systems, Inc. A product visionary and team leader, he’s spent the last 20 years at the company in various leadership roles and transforming the restaurant customer experience. A formally trained
Digital pickup and delivery (DPD) has been on the rise over the past two years. Even as things get back to normal, people are hanging on to their new online spending habits. This means that the digital pickup and delivery sales that exploded in 2020 and 2021 are here to stay. The question is, is DPD right for your restaurant? The Rise of Digital Pickup and Delivery Over the last twenty years, online sales have been steadily growing. Today, we have hit a crescendo in terms of buying and selling online. The tech has been with us for some time, all we needed was a little push to finally bring DPD home in earnest. It started with online menus, which were relegated to Chinese
Matt is the Founder & CEO of ClearCOGS, a predictive demand forecasting startup focused on helping restaurants reduce food waste. He spent years basing his own restaurant operations on guessing sales and inevitably scrambling to react each day. Now he’s leveraging technology, serving restaurants customized forecasting tools tailored to their unique operational needs. Predictive Food Prep | Clearcogs | United States