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Uncle Maddio’s Opts For Cloud-Based Software to Help Growth

Have you heard of Uncle Maddio’s Pizza? If not, it’s only a matter of time. The Atlanta-based fast casual, create-your-own pizza restaurant is looking to quadruple its presence, developing 150 new restaurants on top of its current 50 restaurants in 15 states.

To make that happen, Uncle Maddio’s Pizza chose point of sale (POS) technology by PAR Technology Corp. The cloud-based Brink POS Software and EverServ 500 and 550 terminals will scale with the company through this period of rapid growth.

The Brink POS offers better credit card processing, gift card capabilities, loyalty program integration and improved report and data functions compared with Uncle Maddio’s Pizza’s previous POS system. Brink POS has enabled the restaurant to launch online ordering and third-party delivery, generating new revenue for the restaurants.

RDS, a value-added reseller, worked with Uncle Maddio’s Pizza to identify the best solution to support the restaurant through this period of growth and change. In addition to choosing Brink POS software, RDS has partnered with the company to streamline processes for maximum efficiency.

Uncle Maddio’s Pizza has 1,350 Pizza Makers making more than 5 million pizzas per year at a rate of 200 pies per hour in its proprietary fast-bake ovens, which offer the highest throughput in the industry.

“Installing a cloud-based software was the direction we knew we wanted to go,” said Jenelle Brown, vice president of operations with Uncle Maddio’s Pizza.  “Being an emerging brand was also a big attraction to us.”

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