The tech startup happens to be offering its digital ordering solutions fully integrated with a payment gateway in every the restaurants of McDonald’s across Delhi-NCR
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Despite the fact that life is limping back again to normalcy as businesses resume, folks are still uncomfortable stepping out. Restaurants in the united states continued their services through home delivery have witnessed a steep downfall with regards to dine-in numbers.
Standing in the queue and using physical menu cards to order has become a location of concern for both customers and restaurant owners. To handle this problem and enable convenience ordering, Gurgaon-based O2O commerce and fintech platform DotPe has partnered with McDonald’s India (North and East).
The tech platform happens to be offering its digital ordering solutions fully integrated with a payment gateway in every the restaurants of McDonald’s across Delhi-NCR. It aims to enable contactless ordering answers to selected restaurants across north and east regions by August end.
Customers now visiting any McDonald’s outlet across Delhi-NCR can scan the QR code displayed in the store from their cell phones to see the menu within their browser. After the customer settles on something, he/she can order that through the telephone while remaining seated. The individual can make the payment through the telephone using any medium such as for example UPI, GooglePay, card or PayTM. Further order-related communication will need put on the customer’s WhatsApp number, from McDonald’s business WhatsApp account.
Speaking on the association, Shailaz Nag, co-founder and ceo, DotPe, said, “Since social distancing may be the new normal, customer safety remains the prime importance for each restaurant and brand. Through the use of our QR Code and WhatsApp-based Scan-Order-Pay solution, customers can avoid multiple human interventions, maintain social distancing norms and safety while dining in and/or ordering takeaways. We are very thrilled to synergy with McDonald’s. We are confident in seeing significant business upticks, given the relevance of our solution to the present times.’’
On recent collaboration, Robert Hunghanfoo, head, CPRL (Connaught Plaza Restaurants Pvt. Ltd. which operates McDonald’s restaurants in north and east India), said, “Our priority is ensuring the safety of our customers and providing a safe, yet convenient experience, whether it’s dine-in or takeaway. With DotPe’s Scan-Order-Pay technology, we are focused on providing a safe and contactless experience to your customers.”
Founded by the former PayU co-founder Nag along with ex-PayU employees Gyanesh Sharma, Anurag Gupta and Varun Jha, DotPe is a technology startup that delivers neo digital transformation and commerce answers to restaurant and food and beverage brands. Last month, the tech startup collaborated with Nexus malls to supply contactless dining and takeaways. The firm had in July had already onboarded 30 food brands that are employing DotPe’s QR based contactless solution. The startup in February also bagged $8 million in seed funding by marquee investors like Naspers (Porseus), Fosun Group and Info Ed