Conshohocken’s Saladworks Promises High Tech Future
Conshohocken’s Saladworks is working on implementing a new growth strategy that includes equipping its locations with new technology and giving the franchise mobility with a food truck, writes Kenneth Hilario for Philadelphia Business Journal.
CEO, Patrick H. Sugrue, has made it a priority to identify how to make its franchisees more profitable. He has already begun with a menu refresh, rebranding, and new store designs.
Newtown Saladworks was the first to receive the overhaul including USB and electrical outlets at every table. The overhaul was a raging success, as comparable same-store sales skyrocketed, with other locations clamoring for a similar facelift.
The new technology includes touchscreen kiosks where customers can make and complete orders. These also feature the Saladworks Life Bar, a service that allows guests to pick menu items based on their dietary and lifestyle preferences.
According to Sugrue, the future of Saladworks will be “high tech, high touch, and finding that balance, because we want to make sure we’re inviting to new millennials and offering the same great service people enjoyed over the last 30 years.”
Read much more about Saladworks’ plans at Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.
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