By Noah Glass, Olo Founder & CEO. At Panera’s Investor Day in late March, Chairman and CEO Ron Shaich charmed those gathered in Charlotte with a personal story of how he used to “skip the line” for breakfast at his local Panera by calling the manage
What does the CEO at the helm of the world’s largest ice cream chain have to say about online ordering? Watch this Fox Business segment as Dunkin’ Brands CEO Nigel Travis talks about Baskin-Robbins’ new digital ordering initiative as the new future of the brand.
Travis called online cake ordering “the ultimate convenience play” for customers - we couldn’t agree more and are happy to hear from our partner that the program is off to a great start!
Chances are good that you haven’t yet heard the newest buzzwords in technology, such as geo-fencing, NFC, Bluetooth Smart or location-aware check-ins. You probably use applications powered by these technologies regularly, however. Ever ordered a c
Baskin-Robbins, the world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops, launched a national online ordering platform, powered by Olo, that allows guests to order and customize ice cream cakes and frozen treats for their special occasions.
— Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal explains why ice cream is the next frontier in online ordering.
The latest Tablet Show features Olo’s own Greg Shackles discussing our new mobile stack and how the team used Xamarin to take it cross-platform.
Is your restaurant ready to take advantage of guests’ new relationship with their smartphones?
Sara Senatore, Senior Research Analyst covering the restaurants sector at Sanford C. Bernstein interviews Noah Glass.
The latest capabilities of online ordering systems take the POS to a new level of functionality and profitability. Offering online ordering has become expected by modern consumers and options for doing so run the gamut from
Olo CEO, Noah Glass, ponders the ways digital commerce can help restaurants manage costs and staffing.
These days, the restaurant industry is embroiled squarely in the minimum wage debate. What if there was a new paradigm for how employees earned a living?