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Thursday, January 26, 2006

Trend towards online ordering

Good day everyone!  I'm Jeff N Marquis co-author of "Untapped Wealth Discovered."
I am really pleased to see that some of those restaurant chains offering delivery services have started to move towards offering their customers the ability to order online.  This will be really good for those who don't like to spend too much time on the phone waiting for restaurant agents to take their orders.  It will also save lots of time for both the restaurant outlets and their customers but most important it will also enable the outlets to attract more customers.  By introducing this type of service it will give persons with cells two distinct ways of ordering:  They can either use their cell to go online to order or they can use their phone to dial the outlet directly. 
The online way is definitely a step in the right direction and many other types of businesses if they have not already done so, can use this example to attract more customers and increase their revenues.  Just one cautionary comment to those restaurant outlets who are thinking of offering online ordering services:  If you are thinking of offering online ordering services make sure that your websites are easy to access and easy to navigate.  Your present and potential customers are made up of both savvy and non-savvy Internet users and customers whose first language is English and those whose first language is not English.
If you would like to know how to develop a website that is both accessible and navigable then you can contact the folks at info@sterlingcreations.ca.  These guys are very experienced, extremely knowledgeable re accessibility, and they have lots of tricks of the trade to help you make your websites more attractive and navigable.  They have been in the business for over 12 years and have worked with such companies as Microsoft, IBM, and Motorola.

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