2009 May: POS-itive Thinking

2009 May: POS-itive Thinking

Megan Nicholson and her partners run seven high-volume pizzerias in Wisconsin. On an average day at one of Nicholson’s Glass Nickel Pizza Company locations, approximately 800 to 1,000 orders will filter into the kitchen. One POS misstep and Nicholson knows the trouble that could follow: a kitchen in confusion and frustrated customers none-too-eager for aMore »

2009 May: Protecting Plastic

2009 May: Protecting Plastic

When Mario DiBiase opened Brooklyn, New York’s Aperitivo Cafe in April 2008, he set high priority to customer convenience and security. Such aims are what led DiBiase to become a testing site for VeriFone’s pay-at-the table wireless system, which allows DiBiase’s wait staff the ability to run a customer’s credit or debit card transaction directlyMore »

2009 June: Commentary

2009 June: Commentary

This past spring wasn’t an overly joyous time for Domino’s Pizza. In April, an employee at a franchised store in Conover, North Carolina, used a video camera to document her co-worker in the act of violating numerous food safety measures. The pizza maker — actually, he was constructing sandwiches at the time — made hundredsMore »

2009 May: Success!

2009 May: Success!

The state of the U.S. economy is no laughing matter, but pizzeria operators are serious about remaining profitable in the face of the recession. That’s the message that came out of International Pizza Expo 2009 this spring. Nearly 5,700 operators attended the 25th Anniversary edition of the show at the Las Vegas Convention Center MarchMore »