Dragontail managing director Ido Levanon says the CCSU is the first of its kind that monitors key elements in the kitchen, such as oven temperature, during the preparation and cooking process to improve the quality and consistency of pizzas and other meals.
According to Levanon, the launch into the Australian market “opens up another lucrative segment for Dragontail”, with the Australian fast food industry generating $19 billion in annual revenue across more than 24,000 businesses and expected to grow at a rate of 3% in 2017.
Under the partnership, announced in January, the Algo System has been integrated with the Revel Point-of-Sale (PoS) platform, providing Dragontail with a process from payment to food delivery.
“Having the Algo System and CCSU working in unison will provide unprecedented flexibility, scalability and efficiency to the QSR industry,” Levanon says.
“As a result, Borruso’s patrons will receive a pizza that is of the highest quality and that will arrive hot and fresh, improving the overall customer experience.
“Australia was identified as a key growth market for our company ahead of our IPO, and our first Australian store is an important milestone for the company. We now have customers in Israel, Canada, the US and Australia, which provides a strong base upon which to grow in FY17.”
Borruso’s Pizza and Pasta founder Jamie Borruso said, “The Algo System and the CCSU help us guarantee every meal is delivered fresh out of the oven. Our restaurant seats more than 100 people at a time and services a large delivery customer base and Dragontail’s technology will ensure that we can continue to provide our fresh premium pizza and pasta to a growing number of customers across Sydney for many years to come.”