Is the future of ordering a pizza in the push of a button? Yes, if iStrategylabs has its say. The company has created PiePal, which lets a user turn a dial to the number of pizzas desired and push a button to place an order. The button connects to a users wi-fi, Domino’s account and favorites.
The innovation is currently undergoing beta-testing by the Washington DC-based company. The company’s site has all the cool tech-y behind-the-scenes info here.
And check out Australian tech site Gizmag‘s in-depth look at PiePal.
What do you think? Do you prefer to talk to your customers in person, or are online ordering, personalized apps and, yes, push buttons the future of delivery?
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