Pizza Point Of Sale System - SpeedLine Overview
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  • 1. Market snapshot: • Pizzerias represent 12% of all • 2010 sales of $37 billion restaurants. • 64,951 pizzerias in the USA • Americans eat 350 slices of pizza every second. • Approximately 3 billion pizzas are sold in the USA each year. • 93% of Americans eat at least one pizza per month. • Each man, woman, and child in America eats an average of 23 pounds of pizza per year. 1
  • 2. Pizza is DifferentTypical restaurant POS systems are notdesigned to handle the complexities ofpizza ordering. Pizza menu & pricing setup is complex: – Create-your-own orders – Half-and-half pizzas & portions – Complex coupons & deals – Multi-pricing (2 for 1) 2
  • 3. That complexity is the most obvious difference—but there are others…. 3
  • 4. A Typical Restaurant Transaction Dine-in and quick-service restaurant transactions are simple. 4
  • 5. There is no ‘Typical’ Pizza Transaction Call Centre Phone Pizza transactions are not. Walk-in Orders may come by phone, through a call center—at the pick-up counter or Table tableside—through a website, mobile phone, or fax service. Online 5 Fax
  • 6. Deferred Orders and Catering Call Centre For Now? Order Phone Deferred Walk-in Table Prints in Kitchen The order may be for right now—or it may be an advance order for 6PM tonight, or a week from next Thursday. Online 6 Fax
  • 7. Delivery Call Centre For Now? For dine-in, carryout, pick-up, or delivery. Order Phone Deferred Counter Customer Picks up Order service, table service, or buffet. Walk-in Table Prints in Kitchen Customer Customer Eats Pays Online 7 Fax Delivery Assigned Delivery Received Delivery
  • 8. The Customer Dimension • Most restaurant POS systems track transactions—not customers • In a delivery environment, customer history adds another dimension • Crucial speed of service & marketing benefitsAnd the biggest difference of all: pizzaorders include customer information.Most restaurant POS systems have nocustomer database—or offer it as a clumsyadd-on. 8
  • 9. Inventory Remember this? – The complexity of a create-your-own pizza menu makes inventory tracking impossible with most restaurant inventory software.Most restaurant inventory systemsrequire a recipe for every menu item. With a dynamically built pizza menu, that’s impossible. 9
  • 10. Why most restaurant POSsystems don’t workfor pizza: 10
  • 11. About SpeedLine –Top-rated pizza point of sale –2000 installations in pizza, QSR and multi-brand concepts –Approved vendor of the International Pizza Hut Franchise Association, Yum! Restaurants International, and the National Association of Pizza Operators 12
  • 12. TechnologyPartnerships 13
  • 13. Who’s Using SpeedLine 14
  • 14. Questions? Toll-free: 1-888-400-9185 info@speedlinesolutions.com www.speedlinesolutions.com 15