2020 has been a year like no other. And the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated a number of restaurant trends that are now providing immense challenges – but also tremendous opportunities – for the industry
Restaurant technology is providing significant opportunities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially when it comes to online ordering.
With so many different web ordering companies out there, how do you choose the correct one for your business? Which provider is the right provider for your customers? Should you integrate your web ordering into your point of sale? The list of questions goes on. Below are two of the biggest questions we see come across our desks. 2 Questions Answered When Implementing Web Ordering: 1. How do I choose the correct web ordering provider? Just as you did when choosing a POS (point of sale) provider, you need to look for some references. Talk to other restaurateurs. Existing customers are going to give you the stripped-down version of what they like, don’t like, and if they would make the purchase again. Get your
You’ve been pumping out some of the best eats in the city for a while now. Your sales are good, but you feel like they could be even better. In today’s world of convenience, you have to go where the customer is… and the customer is on the Internet. You decide to implement an online ordering solution… But you are now faced with getting the web ordering system to play nicely with your POS system. Here are three ways that you can get your web ordering to work with your POS system. Printer Integration – One of the easiest ways to integrate web ordering is to simply send the order from the web to a printer in your restaurant. Most all of the