Halloween is a crazy night. On one of the top five busiest nights of the year for pizza, the streets are full of little ghosts and goblins begging for candy. Are your drivers prepared?
Keeping your pizza delivery drivers (and your youngest future customers) safe on the road is always a top priority, so we’ve prepared a few safety tricks:
What lengths will you go to in order to speed up your delivery service?
With all the buzz lately about automation in delivery service, we thought we would take a look at three futuristic tools currently being tested for delivery—not only by high-tech developers, but also by restaurant companies.
If you’re like a lot of busy restaurant operators, your delivery zones may be “set it and forget it”—perhaps set up when your POS system was installed, but not reviewed since. If you do a lot of delivery business though, it’s worth revisiting your zone setup regularly.
Tweaking delivery zone settings doesn’t take long, and automating things like charges, taxes, and minimum order size can save you a lot of time and money in the long run.
Delivery zones help set accurate customer expectations around delivery times, and define delivery charges to recover costs. Read more
Is your delivery operation as efficient as it could be?
Trim delivery labor costs systematically with a point of sale system designed for pizza and delivery. Read more
Supremo’s Pizzeria founders Don and Gayle Speicher set out with the goal of providing top notch customer satisfaction while making the best product possible—Where Taste Reigns SUPREME™.
The Speichers’ son, Steve, has been integral to the success of the family business. Steve’s passion for pizza started in college when he began driving for Supremo’s Pizza. Today, he keeps his parents’ goals in mind, managing the North Hills location as well as the company’s digital marketing materials and revisions to the point of sale menu and coupons.
We caught up with Steve to find out more about Supremo’s Pizzeria and the impact the SpeedLine point of sale system has had in many different areas of their business. Read more
The team at SpeedLine is gearing up for the “Largest Pizza Show in the World.” International Pizza Expo will take over the Las Vegas Convention Center in less than two weeks.
Visit SpeedLine at Pizza Expo 2017 in booth 421
Come down March 28-30, and check out what Pizza Expo 2017 has on the roster. This year there are many great seminars to check out.
On top of that, attendees enjoy outstanding food samples, cooking and baking demonstrations, the International Pizza Challenge, and the World Pizza Games. Attend the Pizza Expo Block Party or Acrobatic Dough Tossing Finals. And new in 2017, sign up for Scott’s Las Vegas Pizza Tour.
Visit SpeedLine at Booth 421
Where we will be happy to show you the latest in pizza point of sale.
- Bring your questions.
- Learn how a POS designed for pizza delivery can streamline operations and help you see more clearly into every area of your business.
See the impact of LiveMaps Visual Dispatch on delivery profit.
In the market for a new POS? Expo booth visitors get the LiveMaps software free with purchase through May 31, 2017!
We are also giving away an Apple Watch each day of the show.
Enter to win at Booth 421 daily.
Not registered yet? Save $50 off a 3-day pass with code SPEE50.
In the restaurant business, where you’re watching every dollar, the ability to trim your labor costs down to the dollar is critical. And controlling labor can be the key to a profitable week. Let’s look at at how to optimize labor, and why it’s so critical to get our labor costs under control.
We know that fixed costs such as rent and utilities are beyond our control, while labor is a cost we can control. But there are lots of moving parts to consider. Read more
Looking back, 2016 was an amazing year for innovation in restaurant technology. EMV rollouts and a range of new digital payment options drove major changes in payment processing for many restaurant brands. Online ordering continued to grow at an exponential rate. And we’ve seen a range of new developments in delivery—from third-party services to delivery by drone.
The top 10 most popular 2016 On Point posts offered insights into ways you can leverage restaurant technology (and the point of sale system in particular) to streamline operations and boost restaurant profit. Read more
Gone are the days of effectively running a pizza delivery operation with a pad of paper and a rotary phone.
Today, your business is sharing space with Amazon and Uber. And as a result, your customers’ expectations around delivery are very different today than they were a few years ago.
To compete in this new delivery space, a Visual Dispatch system gives you an edge. This can make it easier to plan routes and pair nearby orders for efficient delivery. Read more
Only two and a half weeks until one of the biggest pizza delivery days of the year: Halloween is just around the corner. On any given day, pizza delivery comes with a set of challenges. As recent news stories attest, pizza delivery in some areas can be a dangerous job. While most orders are legitimate, delivery drivers travel alone to strangers’ homes, and carry cash. That can leave them vulnerable to theft or worse.
And on the spookiest day of the year, there may be extra challenges for delivery drivers. Here are a few strategies to keep your drivers safe this Halloween. Read more