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Brawley, Wil
August 2011
Restaurant Hospitality;Aug2011, Vol. 95 Issue 8, p20
Trade Publication
The article focuses on several web-based technologies that could help restaurant businesses to bolster their profits. It mentions some online tools adopted by Chris Sommers, owner of U.S.-based Pi Pizzeria restaurant, to drive the business' rapid growth in the food industry. These online sites include Google Mail, Facebook and Twitter. Others include Blogger, Distributor Online Ordering and EchoSign.


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