Pinnacle Hospitality Systems offers complete turn-key packages for the frozen yogurt industry. Our Calypso yogurt shop solution has an easy to learn touchscreen interface and is scalable to handle single or multiple locations.
Pinnacle can configure a complete stadium/arena hospitality solution by providing the necessary hardware and software to manage bars, quick service, accounting, inventory, and even provide a wireless ordering system to cater to your skybox clientele.
Pinnacle’s point of sale systems are easy to train employees with and will simplify your business operations and decrease the amount of time a customer must wait, which will lead to a good reputation and fun atmosphere for many years to come!
Pinnacle can configure a complete Bowling Center hospitality solution by providing the necessary software to manage bar area, quick service, accounting, inventory, and even a wireless ordering system to cater to all of your clientele.
When Hurricane Sandy rampaged through New York City wreaking destruction and leaving residents with no electricity or way to get food, there was suddenly a crucial need to feed the hungry citizens. Food trucks to the rescue! Dozens of the city-inspected, self-sufficient mobile food delivery vehicles had survived the storm and immediately began feeding ravenous residents in neighborhoods where no brick-and-mortar restaurants were open. Thanks to the generosity of individual donors, New York City agencies and sponsoring corporations, much of that food has been free.
Entice Tech-Savvy Customers with Pinnacle’s Cardless Loyalty Solution
Is your restaurant tech-savvy enough for your customers? A majority of consumers are expecting to use technology to order food at restaurants more frequently in the coming year, according to a recent Technomic survey. Loyalty programs with digital rewards, tableside touchscreen devices that enable customers to self-order and pay, and iPad/tablet menus topped the list of innovations customers are seeking.
Looking to update your restaurant software system? Stop by the Pinnacle Hospitality Systems booth at the Industry’s Spring and Summer Show sponsored by Sysco at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Pinnacle will help you improve your bottom line not only with proven computer hardware and software designed for the hospitality industry, but with unmatched business consulting and accounting resources.
When it comes to loyalty programs many restaurants are stuck in the 1990’s; are you? Do not launch another punch card program. These programs cause more frustration than loyalty. Customers either forget to bring them in or hold up your lines while searching through their purses looking for the little card so you can stamp it, punch it or swipe it. Honestly, how much of a benefit is this to you or your customer?
Mass media advertising can be expensive, and it’s not that effective for a small business. Local store marketing is definitely the way to expand your brand name and business. Using local tactics to build a strong and loyal customer base in the 3–5-mile trading area around your locations will have much more impact. There are three primary elements of a good local-store marketing program: partnerships, personal selling, and public relations. Continue reading “The Three P’s of Local Marketing: Partnerships, Personal Selling and Public Relations” »
Anthony’s Coal Fire Pizza is on the move! Started in 2002 with one restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, Anthony’s now has 31 restaurants in five states with plans to open two more this quarter. By the end of 2012 they project to have 1,500 employees company wide.
Addicted to your phone? Isn’t everyone these days? Whether it is updating your Facebook/Twitter status, writing an email, or reading a text, our worlds are now at our fingertips. So is mobile marketing in some form or another the fastest way to you? Absolutely.
Mobile marketing is a very hot topic and everyone is finding a way out there to break into the mobile mold. That being said, there is a strategy that needs to implemented in order to set one apart from the clutter and to keep it up! According to Pinch Media, 95% of apps are no longer used after the first month. So how do brands keep up with the most powerful and successful marketing tactic right now? And how do you build your brand in your audiences cell phone?