Snapfinger Sets Sites on Revolutionizing The QSR Drive Thru Encounter

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 11, 2011

Snapfinger, the sector leader in remote net and mobile ordering and pre-payment solutions for the restaurant market, announced nowadays the creation of the Extended Drive Thru (EDT) remote ordering application, particularly developed for the QSR business. This patent pending application characteristics a mobile pre-order function that will basically extend a QSRs drive thru, by enabling customers to order and pay by means of mobile device prior to arrival. This technology will aid to ease the bounds and limitations of a physical drive thru by adding a virtual element.

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With the EDT mobile application, guests can submit their order and pre-spend, at which time the order is placed into a held state within the mobile application. When the mobile device crosses a pre-defined geographic boundary, as identified via actual-time geo place technologies, the order is released from the mobile device into the POS program of the chosen QSR for fulfillment and choose-up. Each QSR has the potential to set its geo fence primarily based on several company guidelines or parameters specific to that locations special characteristics. These parameters contain excellent distance based on drive up or walk up site visitors patterns as nicely as time of day, day of week and size of order.

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QSR guests will locate this application effortless and hassle-free due to the fact they can save their preferred order on their phone app for future and rapid reorder, says Jim Garrett, CEO of Snapfinger. Envision a busy parent in the car-pool lane, attempting to get the little ones to soccer practice, getting in a position to pre-order and pay for the children without having missing a beat. Or the student or company person pressed for time between classes or a meeting who needs an even faster option than todays QSRs.

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Snapfinger will initially offer you this function exclusively to QSR concepts that serve Coca Cola items. Coke has a extended standing, exclusive marketing partnership with Snapfinger, in order to guarantee its restaurant partners have first access to the most advanced self-service mobile and web remote ordering options. This could revolutionize the QSR industry as we know it today contemplating the physical limitations of standard single lane QSR Drive-Thru operations, stated Chris Lowe, President of Coca Cola FoodService.

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This application will also be utilised by a lot of of our casual dining restaurant partners to notify the restaurant of guest arrival for curb side pick-up, notes Garrett. We are at present in the initial stages of discussion with a number of key QSR concepts, and look forward to announcing those partners as they are secured ahead of the finish of the year.

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About Snapfinger&#13

Atlanta-primarily based Snapfinger, Inc. is the nations largest on the internet and mobile restaurant ordering destination, serving more than 32,000 restaurant locations in 3,200 cities. It provides exclusive on the web ordering access to 35 national restaurant brands which includes Subway, Outback, California Pizza Kitchen, Bob Evans, Boston Market place and Firehouse Subs. Serving a increasing community of independent restaurateurs, Snapfinger accounts for 70 % of all restaurant ordering applications. The Snapfinger mobile application is accessible as a cost-free download from iTunes App Store and Android Industry. For far more data, visit http://www.snapfinger.com.

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