Scotland is gradually emerging from lockdown and things are slowly, but surely, getting back to normal.
It’s a “new normal” with new rules and regulations. One where we still have to keep our distance, wear masks and be mindful of the surfaces we touch — but we also get to go to the pub.
As we say around these parts… Bosh!
Yet, for hospitality business owners, this presents a unique COVID-era challenge:
How do you deliver great customer service and keep staff safe while minimizing interaction and disruption?
The answer to at least part of the above is in your customer’s hands. Giving them access to your menu via a contactless food ordering solution on their smartphone will streamline your service and keep staff and patrons safe (and distanced).
And the good news is, with CEG, it doesn’t have to be costly or time-consuming to get started.
CEG stands for Contactless E-Ordering Gateway.
It’s our cutting-edge contactless food ordering platform. Designed as a web application (software that runs on a web server and is accessed by the user through a web browser), it’s simple to set up and easy to use across a variety of hospitality businesses. Best of all, there’s no additional hardware required.
Cafes, bars, restaurants, food trucks, pop-ups and more will benefit from the zero-contact menu system — while remaining compliant with the UK government’s Track & Trace programme.
Customers can quickly order from their own devices, further minimising the number of physical touchpoints throughout their dining experience.
And by removing queues and reducing wait times, staff can effectively maintain social distancing and adhere to COVID-19 hospitality guidelines.
Remember, visitors to your site aren’t there to marvel at the pretty graphics. They want to find information quickly and easily. If your site is all form and no function, you could be missing out on vital revenue.