Schedulefly Stories

Growing a software business one restaurant at a time

Month: January 2014

Thank you!

All five of us here at Schedulefly couldn’t be more excited than we are about the opportunity to be a part of this fun, growing business and to serve all of you. Y’all are awesome and we are so stoked that you use Schedulefly. Here’s a really short thank you vid Wil made yesterday while hanging out at Capital Club 16 in Raleigh, NC.

Thanks for watching, and enjoy the rest of your day.

The Schedulefly Crew
(Wes, Tyler, Wil, Charles & Hank)

Schedulefly changed how one restaurant operates (quick video)

When we were interviewing Lisa Siegel for our video series, I asked her why she likes Schedulefly. The camera was rolling and she rattled this off immediately without scripting it or preparing, which is why it was so cool to hear what she said…

Thanks for sharing that Lisa!


Where billionaire business men and misguided skateboarders feel at home (new video)

Here’s the final vid from the world famous, unique, memorable Riverside Market & Cafe in Fort Lauderdale.

No joke, you really do see folks from all walks of life hanging out in this place, enjoying bottled beer on the honor system, relaxing, and talking with each other (there’s not a TV in the place and lots of communal seating, so you wind up meeting new people each time you sit down).

Enjoy the rest of your day and thanks for watching,
The Schedulefly Crew

P.s. We are working on a new format for our videos, which will be heavier on story and less focused on advice. These films will be more like 6-8 minutes long and are our next step in the evolution of what we’re trying to do with film, which is to tell the incredible stories of some of the many, many amazing, creative, fun, interesting restaurant people we are so fortunate to serve.

Sometimes it works when it shouldn’t

Some unedited comments from Lisa Siegel at Riverside Market & Cafe, which is in a very out-of-the-way location and doesn’t do any marketing…

We’ve got one more vid from Riverside and then we’ll have a bit of a break from the vids for the next month or so. We’re working on a cool concept for short films about indie restaurant owners that’ll run around 6-8 minutes. Stay tuned.


Why one restaurant owner runs a stress-free business (new video)

From what I experienced at Riverside Market & Cafe, I agree with what owner Lisa Siegel says in this video: you don’t have to have a stress-filled environment in your restaurant…

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