Don’t settle for a ”one-size fits all” system
When they are first starting out, many pizza shop owners get preoccupied by local restaurant POS sales reps convincing them that because their software is used in thousands of restaurants nationwide, it will work just fine for them. But pizza is different in so many ways. A system designed specifically for taking and modifying complex orders with the least amount of button pushing is not only better for the customer, but great for the restaurant. Make sure you get the right one for your business.
Are the Challenges of a Restaurant Delivery Service Worth the Reward?
Delivery might seem like a whole new world to those just starting out, but your restaurant will definitely experience a few positive changes right away like an increase in business, more notoriety, a busier kitchen and new customers ordering online and over the phone. As long as you have a reliable POS system and employees that can handle the increased business, you should be able to just sit back and enjoy the extra income with adding a delivery service
If your biggest fear in ordering pizza is that the delivery person will mess up your pie by driving like Mario Andretti, a Domino’s in England has come up with a considerably smoother (and wetter) mode of pizza transportation: canoe.