Mobile ordering app targets small businesses

Dec. 4, 2013

OrderSnapp announced that it has signed more than 150 restaurants as clients of its mobile ordering application, which the company boasts costs "less than a tank of gas."

According to a news release, OrderSnapp offers customized mobile apps for both Android and IOS operating systems, and can be downloaded to a phone or tablet. OrderSnapp's interface allows for the consumer to download their favorite restaurant's apps, place an order and pay in a matter of seconds, the release said.

The company said its solution is different from other systems in that it allows the consumer to download the restaurant's app and engage directly with that restaurant.

"Here at OrderSnapp we know how valuable the relationship between you and your customer is. This solution allows a direct relationship with you and your customer without having to pay any commission to a third party" said Ron Resnick, CEO of Cumulus Computing. "We are looking forward to being able to provide our clients with a great product from start to finish, mobile ordering is the way of the future, and we are excited about bringing this new product to our clients."

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Topics: Online / Mobile / Social, Online Ordering, Operations Management

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