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Eunoia reduces costs for Singapore F&B businesses

Anuradha Shukla | June 16, 2016
Uses technology to automate key functions and centralise orders.

Singapore based food technology start-up is helping food and beverage (F&B) businesses to reduce operational costs.

Eunoia uses technology to automate key functions and centralise key functions, including orders and menu updates across third-party platforms and delivery apps.

Singapore F&B outlets face labour shortage, which poses challenges for F&B outlets in the city.

Productivity is also on a decline in the accommodation and food services sector, and decreased 1 percent in the first quarter of 2016.

"We are immensely proud to launch Eunoia. Our vision is to help the F&B industry improve profitability by providing convenience and improve productivity through our suite of foodtech solutions," said Wee Zihuan, co-founder and CEO of Eunoia. "In doing so, we are well positioned to tap into Singapore's multi-billion dollar a year F&B industry."

Pay with mobile devices

F&B customers can leverage Eunoia's tech solution Ordr to place orders and pay at the table using their own mobile device.

This reduces the reliance on manpower and improves customer experience by empowering them to control their ordering and payment experience.

Eunoia's order aggregation system automates orders from different ordering platforms into one channel, managing order fulfilment and revenue reconciliation.

As the company's menu management system syncs menu updates across all food delivery apps, it eliminates uploading in different formats.

"We want to help F&B operators reach more customers, while earning more revenue with less hassle," said Zihuan. "Every food ordering platform adds more complexity, creating more work and a higher chance of errors.  The automation we provide with our solutions helps businesses that want to expand, reduce errors and resolve manpower challenges."

 

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