PARSIPPANY, N.J., May 20, 2009 — Restaurant online ordering
is here to stay and with good reason. Restaurants that offer
online ordering are seeing an increase in both ticket size
and customer base.
So which types of restaurants do better with online
ordering? It is what you would expect. Restaurants typically
associated with takeout such as Pizzerias, Delis and Chinese
do the best. However, any food establishment that offers a
takeout menu does almost equally as well.
The key is demographics. The old adage about "location,
location, location" certainly holds true when it comes to
online ordering. Corporate parks lead the pack with
lunchtime orders far exceeding all other forms of ordering.
Other great revenue sources are dinnertime in residential
areas and anytime in college campus surroundings.
So how many orders does the typical restaurant get? The
range is 2 to 50 orders per day with the average being 5 to
15 orders per day.
Renewal rates are near 100%.
These numbers demonstrate that online ordering for
restaurants has become an essential sales tool in the
Internet era that pays for itself very quickly. The day has
arrived whereby taking online orders is equally important as
taking phone orders.
BigHoller provides restaurants with the capability of
offering an online ordering restaurant system from their own
website. BigHoller restaurants are growing their customer
base and increasing their takeout revenue by offering
customers the convenience of online ordering. Contact G.R.
Homa – 888-BigHoller or 888-244-4655
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