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Click’N’Pizza: An Easier Way to Order Pizza

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By Katelyn Hawkes
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You know what’s great? Pizza. You know what else is great? Pizza delivered to your house with a push of a button. That’s it. We have a fine future ahead of us, people!

Photo courtesy Yahoo! News
Photo courtesy Yahoo! News

An Italian start up company, La Comanda, invented the Click’N’Pizza, a red, magnetic button that sits on your fridge. Pre-program your top three favorite delivery orders, enter in your card information and home address, and from here on out, one press of the button delivers your favorite pizza right to your door. No phone calls, no websites, just one click.

According to Yahoo! News, Carlo Brianza, the CEO and founder of La Comanda, said, “I can order my favorite pizza with one click.”

Photo Courtesy Yahoo! News
Photo courtesy Yahoo! News

 

The button connects to WI-FI with an electronic screen to confirm your order. According to the La Comanda website, there are three features to Click’N’Pizza. “Just One Click: automatically e-orders your favorite pizza; Turn and Click: select from different toppings; and Promo’N’Click: select from promotions with a single click.”

Genius, amiright?

Photo by Katelyn Hawkes
Photo by Katelyn Hawkes

“This is the real one click,” he added. “Not the Web one click.” When asked about his idea behind the Click’N’Pizza, Brianza stated that he wanted to create a new “e-commerce experience” for consumers in a variety of food and beverage services.

In Barcelona on March 2, La Comanda announced it’s partnership with Pizza Hut here in North America, which will sell the Click’N’Pizza button at select locations this summer.

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