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.
Why struggle to manage all the ins and outs of labor when the right software can do it for you?
For any restaurant, new and old, there are two main areas your money gets invested in: labor, and food/beverage. Want to guess which one is more problematic?
Managing all the various employees, tracking shifts, stations, tips, regular and overtime pay, theft, and each employee’s specific hours can be extremely challenging and time consuming- making labor the number one challenge for store operators. Your restaurant’s POS system should be designed to automate these processes while providing greater insight to labor allocation. With the right software in place, you’ll be able to keep tabs on your restaurant labor and sales, and take advantage of opportunities to reduce labor costs.
For Immediate Release
For Immediate Release: Breakaway Restaurant Solutions (Breakaway) has given restaurants one more way to reach customers through its integration with MailChimp and Fishbowl marketing services. When customers place their online order, Breakaway clients now have the ability to capture data like never before when using Breakaway Iris Online Ordering solution.
6 steps to help choose wisely
A Point-of-Sale (POS) system is more than just a cash register; it is a customized tool to help you operate more efficiently, which can mean more money for your restaurant. Choosing the correct system can be one of the most important decisions you can make for your company. In addition to speedy transactions at the point of sale level, a quality system should improve inventory management, labor, loyalty, marketing integrations, and sales performance management. But with so many options out there, how do you choose?