Pizza Is Selling Like Hotcakes On Facebook…And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?

1 — Americans love ordering pizza on Facebook.

In an effort to evolve to better serve their customers while also offering them more convenience, many restaurants are now letting patrons pay for their food using their Facebook and Amazon accounts. Some pizza chains, like Papa John’s, are even adopting new ordering methods, such as chat bots, voice-activated devices, and social networks. (Source: Bloomberg)

Why this is important for your business:

Retailers, restaurateurs and yes…pizza shop owners take note: your customers are ordering food on Facebook.  They want to order food on Facebook. They’re chatting, posting and recommending to their friends.  This is definitely not a fad.

 2 —Uber for Business  gets an upgrade.

This week, Uber introduced a major revamp of its Uber for Business platform that enables managers to easily create custom programs that limit the type of car used, the total amount riders can expense, the time of day Uber can be used, and even geographic limits on where it can be expensed. (Source: TechCrunch)

sOURCE:-forbes