Dine In aims to be among the top food ordering services in New Zealand, using cutting edge platforms to achieve the post-pandemic market transformation. The objective is to develop their online ordering capabilities by using the power of push notifications in their existing mobile apps, thereby enhancing their market reach and providing customers a unique food ordering experience.
To achieve Dine In’s objectives, ComCrowd and its ancillary units Zenith ComC will leverage its domain expertise, technology ecosystem in mobility, design, and integration to develop the next generation frameworks, which will aid Dine In to achieve its goals.
"We are excited to be upgrading our mobile customer experience as we are really motivated to provide sustainable online ordering services to the many and diverse range of restaurants, takeaways, cafes and small food providers across New Zealand. We are all about helping businesses thrive by boosting their brand and their cash flow. They are to be our number 1, not us, we are there to serve them with kiwis business helping other kiwi businesses.
Today, people are used to the convenience of on demand services via their mobile devices, including ordering food and making payments from the comfort of their homes. With technology becoming the norm for every traditional industry, we felt that the use of next generation frameworks will help create a loyal network of New Zealand users and provide customers a better ordering experience."
said Alan Jennings and Sid Bachtiar Founders & Directors of Dine In New Zealand
There was a time during pre-pandemic where digital ordering played an important role. The recent social distancing norms, have fast tracked online ordering culture. It is not just the omni-channel services, but fast food chains like McDonald’s, Burger King and similar quick-service restaurants are enhancing their technologies to meet the growing online demand.
New technologies will continue to fast track the omni-channel restaurants. Businesses who keep enhancing their systems for the future audience will gain dominance. We at ComCrowd imagine futuristic restaurants where the dine-in space would shrink and the major cashflow will be from takeaways, online deliveries, and a stream of pickups from the parking lots.