Anticipating greater demand for systems allowing consumers to order food remotely and electronically, operators big and small are adding technologies that enable ordering via text messages and Internet-capable mobile devices. Members of the budding movement to mobile ordering range in size from segment leader Pizza Hut to three-unit regional player Mooyah Burgers & Fries. “Considering the number of cell phones and restaurants nationwide, and the increased need for speed and ...
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