Trevor Seemann
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Ideas On Online Ordering Improvement?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray Jul 24, 2009. 5 Replies


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"WOW, really a very nice and descriptive article about the online food ordering trend that has touched most of the part of the world and has made easier for people to save time, I really enjoyed reading this article.   Foodjini"
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I’m passionate about innovative solutions for small to medium sized businesses and restaurants. I own my own technology and software development company and I’ve been working with restaurants and key players in the hospitality industry for the past several years. I’m here to socialize about the integration of these cutting-edge technologies into your restaurant business as well as get feedback from others on ways we can improve restaurant and hospitality technology in the future.
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Online Ordering: Anticipated Solution for Internet-Savvy Customers

Posted on June 19, 2009 at 2:24am 2 Comments

Every business must adjust to the times. Adapting to include cutting-edge technologies these days helps businesses to obtain a competitive edge. Integrating new technologies into your restaurant business is now as important as having an oven in the kitchen.

According to The Nielsen Company research nearly 75% of Americans have Internet access and use Internet technologies on a large scale for making retail purchases. AIS Media research shows that 90% of consumers research a… Continue

Stimulate the Growth of Your Check Averages with Online Ordering

Posted on June 19, 2009 at 2:14am 0 Comments

Besides all of the other numerous advantages that online ordering offers for restaurant businesses, there is one basic benefit that has often been ignored – higher check averages. It is not a fluke that restaurants obtain higher check averages with online ordering due to some of the following ideas:

- Customers feel no pressure to rush when adding items to the order

- Customers have as much time as… Continue

Online Ordering Advertising Tips: Make Your Web-Site Work For You

Posted on June 14, 2009 at 5:12am 0 Comments

Having a web-site for your restaurant is a necessity in this digital era. By offering online ordering for your customers, you are cashing in on a great opportunity to change your website from an online business card into a reliable revenue stream. A good restaurant’s web-site offers information about your business, menus, coupons, specials… etc. Online ordering should be the next step.

There are some commonly known techniques that will help inform your customers that you’re offering… Continue

Online Ordering : Evolution of Takeout Ordering

Posted on June 10, 2009 at 6:30am 0 Comments

What do we know about takeout? In a few words, takeout is food purchased at a restaurant and eaten elsewhere.

We are used to thinking that takeout food is commonly fast food, but this is not always so. Many types of food that normally served as dine-in meals are available as take-out as well. For instance, many pizzerias and even chains supply for take-out and delivery only.

More and more, small full-service businesses serving traditional food often indulge their… Continue

What Your Customers And Employees Get With Online Ordering

Posted on June 2, 2009 at 7:41am 4 Comments

Internet has become omnipresent, so it’s not surprising that Americans widely utilize it to simplify their personal and professional tasks. Internet technologies have impact on every sphere of our lives and it continues to change the way we work, the way we communicate with each other, the way we make purchases, and now even the way we eat. Thus, restaurant industry successfully utilizes Internet technologies to increase productivity, cut down on costs and improve relationships with… Continue

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At 11:53am on August 7, 2009,
Alyson Mar, RD
Hi Trevor,

Thanks for the connection. Great business for all the advances in technology for this industry right now. I look forward to reading your blogs and insights on here.

At 3:22am on April 25, 2009, Trevor Seemann said…
Hi Trevor,

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