Order Pizza on Your iPhone

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Gatti’s Pizza has been satisfying Austin’s pizza cravings for over 40 years, but don’t confuse longevity with antiquation. Gatti’s is catering to its tech-savvy customers by launching an iPhone App. Being located in Austin means being surrounded by the young and mobile students at the University of Texas as well as multitudes of mobile minded men and women from the area’s various high-tech companies, an iPhone App for mobile ordering seems only natural.

Scott Kelly, Director of Information Technology at Gatti’s Pizza said, “Our customers have come to rely on the mobile tools that smart phones provide them on a day-to-day basis, it only makes sense that we would extend our brand into those same mobile platforms.  When Revention told me they were developing an iPhone App, I knew that this was something we needed to be a part of.  We had already begun researching mobile ordering solutions and recognized that integration into the store’s point of sale was the key to success.  Without such integration, the process would be cumbersome for both the brand and the customer.”  “Revention’s mission has always been to be the one stop shop for any restaurant owner.  Adding the iPhone app was the natural progression of our online ordering solution.  We will continue to embrace new technology to help our customers grow their businesses,” said Jeff Doyle, CEO Revention.

Gatti’s Pizza has been working exclusively with Revention as their preferred point of sale vendor. Gatti’s has incorporated four solutions provided by Revention, the point of sale system, HungerRush online ordering, C3 Customer Contact Center and iPhone mobile application.  “The seamless integration between all of the solutions would be hard to duplicate by individual companies.  Having such a solution from one provider makes the administration of menus, prices and reporting just what we need to manage our business,” said Scott Kelly.

Everyday the way we interact with the world becomes more mobile. All retailers, from corporate conglomerate to mom and pop shop, are experiencing heightened success by embracing the forward-move of technology and going mobile. After all, who leaves the house without their phone these days? Why pass up the opportunity to turn a person with a smartphone and a few spare moments into customer?

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