Chicago Franchise Equips Concepts with New POS

| October 30, 2007

Chicago Franchise Systems, Inc., parent company of Nancy's Pizzeria and Al's Beef restaurants, announces that all existing and future locations of both franchise concepts will be equipped with SpeedLine point of sale systems, and the company will use SpeedLink Enterprise to manage the POS systems and reporting from head office.

"A consistent technology solution in all our stores is important," says Chicago Franchise Systems president Dave Howey. "We design our training for new franchisees around the POS. It allows us to manage the business efficiently and train effectively."

Nancy's Pizzeria was one of the first pizza chains to adopt point of sale technology for its restaurants, and Howey has been involved from the first. When he started his search for the company's next generation POS system, he knew exactly what he wanted.

"When I looked at POS systems, the first thing I wanted to see was the back office — how it works under the hood," Howey said. "SpeedLine has all the bells and whistles, but what's most important to me is that I learned it quickly, and I can teach it quickly. SpeedLine is logical. It's a structured, orderly system that makes sense. That makes it easy to use and easy to train."

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