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Restaurant Web Express is the brainchild of Ray Pittman, owner of Quasar Enterprises, LLC in Connecticut. Quasar Enterprises is a web design firm that provides hosting, design and programming services to a wide variety of industries.
Using the 10+ years of experience gained with "one-off" web sites, Quasar Enterprises launched Restaurant Web Express (Version 1) in January 2007. Designed to be a "Soup to Nuts" web solution for restaurant owners, we provide a CUSTOM design (not a template) and back up the site with an administrative backend that allows the restaurant to keep up their own web site... without knowledge of HTML and without any other technical experience.
As of September 2008, Restaurant Web Express (Version 2) is in the works, providing a much easier administrative interface, and incorporating many marketing aspects to help restaurant owners (forgive the term) put "butts in the seats".
RWE offers many exciting features: online food ordering (takeout and delivery), online reservations, online catering ordering, an e-commerce store, and online surveys, just to name few. Couple those with the standard fare: photo galleries, calendar of events, online coupons and more and you can see why RWE is a boon to independent restaurant owners everywhere.
We currently have 20 restaurants throughout the country that we have already assisted in getting their online presence. Are you next? Visit our website at http://www.restaurantwebexpress.com.
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