A Dutch startup Y the Wait has launched digital waiter services for restaurants at a very low commission to help them.
Online PR News – 21-July-2020 – Rotterdam – The digital waiter application completely replaces the need for touching the public objects at restaurants such as menus, kiosks, card readers, etc and lets the customers order their food and drinks or request waiter assistance directly from their smartphone. This will minimize the interaction between the staff and customers and ensure the safety of both.
The customers simply have to download Y the Wait app on their devices and scan the QR code on the table that they are seated. This will open up a digital menu for them to choose and order from. Y the Wait has also provided the facility for them to translate the menu into any language of their choice. The order once placed is directly sent to the kitchen without any intermediate hassle.
This new innovative technology is much easier, faster, and more convenient. It greatly takes off the stress of providing safe dine-in from the shoulders of the restaurant staff and makes the entire ordering process more manageable. The restaurant owners can centrally control all the operations at their venue using the POS application which is provided for free along with Y the Wait staff application. They can manage their tables and ensure proper social distancing among all the customers.
Y the Wait has made all these features of its app available to their restaurant partners at a very low commission fee of 4% per order, which is nil compared to the whopping 30% fee being charged by most of the major third-party apps.
2020 is the age of contactless digital dine-in and with Y the Wait, it seems like everybody can afford to get access to it.