DESOTO Kan. Seeking standardized technology that supports delivery and catering efforts, as well as customer data collection and analysis, the 120-unit Mr. Goodcents Subs & Pastas chain is paying to upgrade its franchisees' point-of-sale, or POS, systems. "We want to double delivery and catering [sales]" and "establish a database for marketing and promotional opportunities," explained Bob Moreno, vice president of operations for DeSoto-based Mr. Goodcents Franchise Systems Inc.Moreno ...
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