Business Digest for Oct. 26

Buffalo Wild Wings opens at Pheasant Lane Mall

NASHUA – Pheasant Lane Mall, a Simon mall located in Nashua, announced that Buffalo Wild Wings held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday.

The restaurant offers a variety of menu items, including its namesake Buffalo, N.Y.-style chicken wings in a welcoming atmosphere complete with a full bar and extensive multimedia system for guests to watch their favorite sporting events.

“Buffalo Wild Wings is an exciting addition to the mall, and we’re proud to offer yet another popular family-friendly dining option to our shoppers,” said Ashley Wheeler, director of marketing and business development at Pheasant Lane Mall.

“Whether local residents are grabbing a quick bite after a day of shopping, or coming to the mall just to enjoy a family meal or watch the game with friends, we know this new restaurant concept will quickly become a Nashua-area favorite,” Wheeler said.

This new dining option joins full-service restaurants Burtons Grill and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, fast-casual options such as Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts, 11 food court options such as D’Angelo’s and Chick-fil-A, and more.

To celebrate the restaurant’s grand opening, Buffalo Wild Wings and the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting at the mall on Monday. The restaurant is located next to Sears and Starbucks.

For more information, visit www.buffalowildwings.com.

Pizza 911 selects Unified Office’s Total Connect Now

NASHUA – Unified Office Inc., based in Nashua, has announced that leading independent pizza franchise Pizza 911, based in Manchester, has deployed its Total Connect Now service.

Total Connect Now is an award-winning, unified communications service, together with its Visual Performance Suite business analytics package, that provides franchisewide and store-level service performance and actionable intelligence to the franchise owner.

“When we implemented Unified Office, we saw our call volumes jump immediately at our store, with revenues increasing dramatically over a very short period of time, which caused us to double our phone staff and the number of point-of-sale systems to handle the new call volume,” said John Roy, VP of operations, Pizza 911.

For more information visit www.unifiedoffice.com.