Creating A Mobile Ordering App
It’s a safe bet to assume you have seen the Domino’s commercials and heard about Starbucks adding mobile ordering apps to their businesses to try and increase sales. They have taken notice that about 72-83% of “early adopters” order from restaurant apps weekly. While Domino’s and Starbucks have made this process seem easy, choosing to create an app for your restaurant can seem like a very daunting task. However, if you take it step by step you will find that it is a relatively easy process, especially with a little help from your friends at MenuDrive.
The first thing that you must do is pick a web design team that will help you build your app. This team will help create the perfect look and uses that you want in your app. They will be able to tell you the dos and don’ts of web page design and give you advice for what will make your app stand out among all the other ones out there. Someone like 99 Apps is a good choice because they will insure that you get exactly what you want in a timely manner and it only costs $99 to create your app.
The next step is choosing an online ordering service and a service for mobile ordering. There are hundreds of different systems you can choose from. While some systems require that you have a non-linked system, MenuDrive can provide you with both. With MenuDrive you can create an online ordering website and then link the app you made through their mobile ordering system. With non-linked systems such as GrubHub, you will be going through a portal which means people find all the restaurants in the area they search for instead of just you. With a standalone product like MenuDrive, when they search for you they will get only your restaurant and be more easily directed towards your menu.
MenuDrive helps make the process of getting a mobile app a little bit quicker and easier for you by cutting out the middle man. MenuDrive will help put that amazing app you created to good use and help make your business more accessible to current and future customers.
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