I recently spent an entire Saturday eating pizza with a bunch of friends (including the lovely Laura of Roam and Golightly, and she’s talking about this today too!). We visited ten of the best pizza shops in my hometown, eating a slice at each one. So over the course of 12 hours we each ate 10 slices of pizza. As we are at these places quite often, we do notice change. The overall customer service was improving as time went on. We didn’t feel like we had to wait as long as we have previously done. As we know the manager, we asked her why this was the case. She mentioned how it was to do with wanting to improve their business as a whole and wanted to see how the use of technology made a difference in a company. After our talk, she advised us to look into a site like https://toppossystem.com/best-pizza-pos-system/, which we were then able to understand how important this was to a business like this and many other pizza parlours.
Some of you may have been following along on Instagram that day, wondering “WTF?! What is she doing?” Well I’m about to explain myself. Back in September I listened to the second episode of the Pizza Party podcast, which was an interview with the man who invented this thing called “The Feast of St. Pizza.” Rich Greco did it first in NYC, visiting ten of the greatest pizza shops of New York in one day with a few friends. He even created a whole web site for it. I was really inspired by the idea (we all know I love pizza …), and I realized that not only could I do this in my hometown (which actually has a large amount of pizza places), but I knew a lot of my friends would be up to the challenge. [Read more…]