Company Releases Affordable Online Food Ordering Software




CARLISLE, PA – Take a good look around – the digital age is here. Anything
you want from flowers to food is available at your fingertips 24 hours a
day, seven days a week. Technology can bring the world to your doorstep,
and if you’re in the mood for great pizza, you can get that, too.
Restaurants across the country are starting to cater to people looking for
easy solutions when it comes to eating and MenuDrive is answering the
call.

MenuDrive ( http://www.menudrive.com) is turnkey premier online ordering
software created for the restaurant industry. The newly improved,
cost-effective software is specifically designed for restaurants of all
sizes. It was recently released by up-and-coming Pennsylvania company,
Cruzstar LLC (http://www.cruzstar.com). MenuDrive is an affordable,
user-friendly program that gives any restaurant the power to display its
menu online, and allows customers full control of ordering from it.

Right now, more than 40 restaurants from Pennsylvania to Oklahoma are
using MenuDrive with great success.  A successful pizza chain owner in PA
says carryout order-taking efficiency has drastically increased right
along with moral.  Another business owner says “business has exploded” and
that the software paid for itself during the first two weeks.

You can find more information on this newly improved online ordering
software in the attached news release.  Thank you for keeping MenuDrive in
mind as you plan your restaurant industry news coverage.
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