New Case Study: Restaurant Revolution Technologies Innovative Takeout Order Management Solutions Driving Incremental Revenues and Profits for The Habit Burger Grill
July 5, 2014 Jon 0 Comments
San Diego, California (PRWEB) July 01, 2014
Restaurant Revolution Technologies, Inc. (RRT) is pleased to announce a new case study featuring one of its customers, The Habit Burger Grill (The Habit), has been published on http://www.rrtusa.com/Case_Studies.html. The case study elaborately describes how RRTs fully integrated order management solution continues to assist The Habit Burger Grill augment revenue streams, build a better customer experience, streamline business processes and relieve operational and staffing pressures.
The Habit, which continues to be engaged in ongoing institutional growth and transformation focusing on establishing new locations and evolving into one of the countrys leading fast casual family burger eateries, witnesses exponential growth of over 200% to its off-premise takeout order business in less than a full year from full implementation.
We are excited about our latest published case study regarding the impressive results The Habit has received to date. As outlined within the case study, our partnership together has been mutually rewarding for both organizations, said David Schofield, CEO at RRT. From the beginning, we have been impressed with The Habits strong commitment to providing high quality food and exceptional service to its customers while optimizing their business processes; in particular their off-premise takeout order business. We look forward to continuing to deliver long term value to The Habit restaurant chain and its customers.
Of interest to note is during the five month period ending May 31, 2014, RRT handled 113,056 total takeout orders for The Habit; representing $ 1.9 million in retail revenues. These metrics continue to increase each month since the launch of RRTs solutions.
The case study further outlines the partnership alliance timeline with RRT and The Habit from its initial pilot program matriculating through to full implementation to all locations in less than a year along with accompanying results. Some of the key milestones highlighted in the case study are:
1) 200% boost to The Habits off-premise takeout order revenue via RRTs phone, online and mobile technology and services,
2) offloading more than 40,000 monthly phone calls and alleviating significant operational pressures, especially during peak hours, and
3) the overall improvement to their customer experience and subsequent service accolade distinctions.
To review a free copy of the case study, please visit: http://www.rrtusa.com/Case_Studies.html
About Restaurant Revolution Technologies
Restaurant Revolution Technologies, Inc. (RRT) provides popular restaurant chains nationwide an easy-to-implement solution that enables restaurant operators to offer their takeout customers with a consistently professional and delightful ordering experience where the customer rarely waits on hold, speaks to a friendly and knowledgeable menu expert, and can be confident that the order is accurate. This turnkey, patent-pending takeout order management system provides a very positive ROI by reducing operational costs, while increasing the number of orders and improving profits by leveraging the feature rich call center, online & mobile ordering platforms which are integrated with top POS systems that service a majority of restaurants nationally. http://www.RRTUSA.com.
About The Habit Burger Grill
The Habit Burger Grill serves char-grilled burgers made from 100% fresh ground beef and also signature sandwiches and fresh, hand-made salads along with tasty sides, shakes and malts. With Charburgers starting at just $ 2.95, The Habit offers everyday value with great service to go along with great-tasting, high quality food. The Habit opened in 1969 in Santa Barbara, California and through hard work and dedication has grown to over 80 locations throughout California, Arizona and Utah. http://www.HabitBurger.com.
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