- November 18, 2020 / 7 min readThe frontrunning food-tech brand has already signed deals with AIPL Business Club, ORRIS malls, M3M, Signature, and Galaxy.
One of the leading institutional B2B2C food-tech company HungerBox, has signed on new clients in a bid to extend its smart cafeteria management solutions to malls and tech parks.
The frontrunning food-tech brand has already signed deals with AIPL Business Club, ORRIS malls, M3M, Signature, and Galaxy, and is in talks with other leading organizations for management of their F&B services.
“There is a new world order where almost every aspect of our lives has been digitized and the way we consume food is no exception. Just as employees return to work, malls and tech parks are reopening and the F&B leasing sector is largely unorganized, and there is an urgent need for an efficient, smart solution,” shared Sandipan Mitra, CEO, and CO-Founder of HungerBox.
As the sole point of contact for all leasing requirements that include customizable technology, HungerBox has over 3000 F&B vendor partners working jointly with it on various projects.
Powered by leading-edge technology for smart cafeteria management, the company offers a wide array of services including contactless desk ordering and delivery, self-pickup, etc., with over 30 digital payment options at users’ disposal. The fast-growing F&B brand also has a complete vendor POS system that will be deployed at all the food counters.
Pre-COVID times saw the issue of queues while placing food orders, particularly at tech parks where there is hardly more than one cafeteria for the entire premises, making it an extremely time consuming and tedious process. With people now looking to avoid crowds and queues, HungerBox has digitized the process of ordering food, making it a safe and convenient experience. Hence, it will be digitally managing the food courts at malls and tech parks.
“HungerBox’s solution aims to bring all the F&B services under one roof while prioritizing safety and hygiene. We will also be looking to increase sales by way of multiple offers from our payment partners and AI/ML-based upselling. We thank our clients who have trusted us to manage their F&B requirements. We will soon be expanding our services to other malls across the country,” he added.
Customers can now download the HungerBox app or use its progressive web app for users who don’t use the app frequently to place orders that can be delivered or collected at the entrance, parking lots, or a store at the mall where the individual is present. They simply need to scan the QR code available at food courts and will be taken to the HungerBox app where they can place their orders for delivery or collection.Trending ArticleDaily UpdatesWhich is the highest format preference of Fun-Seeker?
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