Restaurant App Development : A Brilliant Stride For A Lucrative Restaurant Business
As an aspiring entrepreneur, we bet that you might have seen numerous blogs that tell you about how having a mobile app can give you a skyrocketing revenue and how well your business could be growing, and so forth. But ever wondered how true these are, or is it worth developing an app for a business? Apart from reading everything and hearing a lot of advice from people around you till your eardrums can’t bear any of it, the one question that you might be asking yourself at the end of the day is: ‘Is it worth the investment?.
And our dear reader, that is why to stop all the banters and debates, we are here with a blog that gives you the liberty to do the math on the potential revenue and people you could miss out on if you deny restaurant delivery app development
So, why won’t we get started now?
1. Deals based on locations
Using iBeacon, you can send people push notifications and deals in and around your restaurants’ location during mealtime. On the other hand, you can send relevant information about the deals, if they are closer to your restaurant branch if you are a large chain restaurant.
2. Referral programs
The referral programs are a powerful strategy in the restaurant business. By offering some extra loyalty points and referrals, you can hugely see the difference in customer traction. One of the major reasons why they work is because they are far more personal ones. By sending push notifications, you can remind your customers about how close they are to achieve their goal of winning some food-points.
It is also proven by research that 65% of the customers will download the restaurant apps if they are promised exclusive deals and offers, and about 80% of the people are returning to the restaurant to win over the benefits.
3. Easier order fulfillment
Just apart from making money, mobile apps make it easier to fulfill orders. Instead of someone having to attend the calls and try to understand clearly what the other person is saying, or instead of relying on the handwriting for understanding what needs to be cooked, the people who are responsible for fulfilling orders can clearly understand what needs to be prepared, even the special requirements.
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