Last week, James Quinn, the Group Business Editor of Telegraph Media Group, wrote that Domino’s Pizza is ‘far more valuable a digital company than any tech unicorn’ (read the full piece here). It is a good opinion piece, and we agree that Domino’s has seen major success in their investment in digital and mobile channels (we like what they did with their app, we even wrote about it here). However, it is rather concerning that one of our country’s leading business voices doesn’t seem to buy into the future of London: ‘so-called unicorn tech companies’.
Grannies love the queue busting power of the new hummus bros app. The in-app payment is powered by judo payments and is built for anyone who is always on the move and too busy to queue. Payments so simple even your gran can do it.
App to harness customer loyalty and maximise sales during busy lunchtime rush by reducing queueing time.
Judo’s technology enables Hummus Bros’ loyal customers to beat the lunchtime rush through a seamless and intuitive mobile experience. Customers who know what they want before stepping in-store can now maximise their lunch hour by using the Hummus Bros app to order and pay wherever they are, then collect their meal when it’s ready.
If you haven’t heard, we’re running a restaurant giveaway this month – a free branded app with pre-loaded features that are beneficial to any restaurant, big or small, plus one year of free card processing up to £100,000. (If you’re interested, click here to find out more.) An app is the best possible tool for any restaurant to distill and retain its customers’ loyalty, but of course it is not the be all and end all of a mobile strategy. Which is why we are sharing this post with you, to give you some idea of how you as a restaurant owner can leverage mobile as a revenue channel.
Most restaurants now have a website and social media presence. Those channels have become the basic standard methods for promoting a restaurant. But if you really want to stand out from the crowd and foster customer loyalty, a mobile app is the answer. The article below briefly explains why you need an app and how to reap the full benefit of having one:
Mobile trends are ever changing, and we want to help keeping up with them a little easier for you. In this Mobile Trend series, we look into how mobile is impacting different markets, and give you a better idea of how to make an app a big hit among your target consumers.
Take a look around your restaurant, how many of your customers are on their mobile phone? If your restaurant does not have an app that puts your brand right on your customers’ phone screen, you are missing out on a great avenue to build customer loyalty to your restaurant. With that in mind, we have put together a 3 course menu for restaurant app success.
Walk down Brick Lane in East London, and the curry touting scene along the way will sure leave you a bad taste. Yes, it’s tough to stand out from the restaurant pack, but what if we tell you that it does not have to be painful and ugly? What if we tell you that you can also be the leader of the pack?
There is a wonderful little SiChuan-style Chinese restaurant that delivers in my area. They are the perfect solution for when I just want to eat in my pajamas and couldn’t give a hoot about calorie intake. I order from them so much that the mobile app I usually use to place my order already knows what my go-to items are on the menu. The entire purchase process is as short as a few minutes, stomach fed within 30 minutes, carb coma within the hour after. And I always go back for more.