WINGS TO GO REQUIRES USE OF ENTRÉEACCESS IN ALL NEW FRANCHISES
Wings To Go (WTG) chose EntréeAccess
as their preferred Restaurant Point-of-Sale (POS) system in 2006. In early 2007, Mark
Goodnow, President of Wings To Go, Inc., made it mandatory for all newly acquired and new
WTG Franchisees to use EntréeAccess for their restaurant POS and back-office systems.
"I never thought it could be this easy to get chain-wide point-of-sale data
from our franchise restaurants," stated Mark Goodnow. "With EntréeAccess,
I get daily, weekly, and monthly chain-wide sales reports emailed to me each morning,
which is why I'm requiring all new franchisees to use EntréeAccess for their POS and
back-office systems. This makes managing our chain so much easier; thank you
Tim Dorsett, Vice President of EntréeAccess, said, "We are very excited
about our relationship with Wings To Go and look forward to growing with their company.
We currently have 17 Wings To Go restaurants installed across the United States and
anticipate adding another 20 in 2007, with many more Franchisees joining in the next
several years and beyond."
About Wings To Go
It all started on "a wing and a prayer" in the summer of '85, with a family sauce
and a Fry Daddy cooker in a storefront opposite Dover Air Force Base. The store was
designed to target homesick Buffalonians at the air force base but to their surprise,
the biggest draw was beach traffic.
Responding to demand, Wings To Go began to open branches in Dewey Beach and
Wilmington, DE. By the end of the third year, there were five locations dispensing five
degrees of wings, from mild to the famous Suicide version. By 1989, franchising began,
and the rest they say is history. There are now over 76 locations in 18 states and the
District of Columbia. Visit their website at www.wingstogo.com.
Jointly developed with experienced restaurant professionals, EntréeAccess delivers
Internet-based client-server architecture with rich point-of-sale (POS) features,
seamlessly integrated with back-office management functions. The POS system was
specifically designed for the multi-unit restaurant operator. This allows executives,
staff, and restaurant managers to access, configure, and monitor the POS environments
at each of their restaurants via the Internet anytime, anywhere. Many elements have
been added to make the system more appealing to the Quick Serve and Fast Casual
restaurant market segments as well.
EntréeAccess features all of the latest advances in touch screen POS terminals:
customizable screen layouts with large, colorful buttons; bar service, table service,
and quick service modes; the ability to send, hold, fire, and assign seating;
support for multiple payment methods, including gift cards; and more. It also supports
wireless handheld units, multiple kitchen printers, and kitchen monitors with custom
order timings and alarms. Visit www.EntréeAccess.com for more details.
Tim Dorsett, Vice President