Domino’s operates more than 12,500 restaurants worldwide.
According to their CEO, “We look at our ability to reach our customers and those are the platforms where they are spending time. They’re on Alexa. They’re on Google Home. They are using their iPhones to order. They ordering through Facebook Messenger.”
CNBC reported that Domino’s brought in a sharp increase in fourth quarter sales that was much better than competitors and surprised analysts.
What Domino’s is doing for their 12,500 restaurants, Orderscape can do for the other 1 million.
Gartner projects that over 80% of consumer interactions will be managed without a human by 2020. If that does not quite do it for you, the following may… Forbes, Business Insider, Financial Times, Venturebeat, Wall Street Journal, and TechCrunch among many others (Google shows 2.7mm results for chatbots, of which 1.2mm were added last year) have published articles/blogs about chatbots and agree on its bright future. Click here for more information and a cool infographic.
According to Just-Eat’s Fernando Fanton, who was speaking to an audience at 4YFN, the start-up spin-off of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona… “one of the things we’re really excited about that we think will make a difference is voice interface. The problem of having to understand a particular way of communicating will fade away, and the experience will be as natural as going into a restaurant and asking a person, what should I eat today? We are not far away from that reality.” Read the article.
Reverb allows you to interact with Alexa from anywhere
If you’re remote and need Alexa for something, not to worry. Reverb iPhone and Reverb Android allow you to interact with Alexa from anywhere. Via Reverb, Alexa answers questions, reports traffic and weather, gives info on local businesses, provides sports scores and schedules, and soon, using the Alexa Voice Service to order using Orderscape.
As soon as we have a few brands using Orderscape on Alexa, we will plan to promote the use of Reverb as a mobile option to order food from a Orderscape networked restaurant
Foodiebot will support more than 6,000 restaurants through partnership with MonkeyMedia Software
SAN JOSE, CA (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 07, 2017
Silicon Valley-based restaurant technology startup, Orderscape.com, has developed a best-in-class, full food ordering chatbot to launch early in Q2 to over 6,000 restaurants in the U.S. The company will initially offer restaurant clients and consumers access to Foodiebot Voice™ for Amazon Alexa followed by Foodiebot Chat™ for Facebook Messenger and other chatbot platforms. The Foodiebot portal is an entirely new sales channel that will scale to handle millions of restaurants worldwide.
The launch will support more than 6,000 restaurants nationwide through a partnership with Vancouver-based MonkeyMedia Software, creator of MONKEY, the No. 1 cloud-based software for takeout, delivery and catering.