Uncle Fatih’s Pizza Chooses SpeedLine POS

The Vancouver-based pizzeria has confirmed its selection of pizza and delivery point of sale developer SpeedLine Solutions.




Uncle Fatih’s Pizza has confirmed the company’s selection of pizza and delivery point of sale developer SpeedLine Solutions as its new POS provider.

The popular local chain began upgrading its Vancouver metro area restaurants with SpeedLine point of sale systems in September, and will complete the chain-wide POS rollout with its new location in the Tsawwassen Mills Outlet Mall early this year.

“SpeedLine gives us new tools to speed up delivery service and control food costs in our restaurants,” said Fatih Ilcin, owner and franchisor of Uncle Fatih’s Pizza. “We have already integrated our web and mobile orders with the new POS system to improve order accuracy and delivery times for our online customers.”

In the restaurants, the new POS systems help streamline speed of service, and reduce operating costs. In addition, the brand is equipping its restaurants with SpeedLine LiveMaps visual dispatch software to drive efficiency and get hot pizzas to hungry customers faster.

“We are honored to be selected as a vendor and partner in the ongoing success of Uncle Fatih’s Pizza,” comments SpeedLine President and CEO John de Wolde. “We look forward to working with them to grow the business and to deliver the speed and convenience that keep their customers coming back.”

About Uncle Fatih’s Pizza:

A Vancouver neighborhood staple for fresh dough and plentiful toppings, Uncle Fatih’s has served the metro area for more than a dozen years. Uncle Fatih’s pizzas delivers convenient pizza by the slice and fresh, whole pizzas just like Mama used to make, with rustic, traditional ingredients—fast. Today, Uncle Fatih’s operates eight pizzerias in the region, with a new location opening soon.

About SpeedLine:

The leading provider of innovative solutions for pizza point of sale, SpeedLine (www.speedlinesolutions.com) provides technology solutions for pizza and delivery, quick service, and multi-concept restaurant chains. SpeedLine POS solutions help restaurants and chains operate more efficiently and profitably.

 

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