A trio of entrepreneurs have launched an online portal through which customers can order food of their choice from multiple restaurants on a single bill and get it delivered at designated locations.
The startup, Wendigo, which is expected to launch soon in the state capital, is like a virtual food court, where customers can place an order at multiple restaurants in a single order and pick it up at their convenience, according to a release issued by the company. stated in the release. ,
“A customer can place an order in the Wendigo portal and specify the pick-up time and location. The ordering system is integrated with the payment gateway and once the payment is successful, customers will get an OTP with the kiosk box number for pickup ..
It has said, “By streamlining last mile deliveries and ensuring orders are processed in a unified platform, it also assures quality and customer satisfaction.”
The trio behind the startup are Manoj Dethan, Founder-CEO, Anish Suhail, Founder-CTO and Kiran Karunakaran, investors who have experience in the e-commerce space, the release said.
According to the company release, Wendigo hosts a curated list of top restaurants, cafes and bakeries in the city and “provides an omni channel platform for the restaurant industry with ordering, tracking and delivery to pickup kiosks near the customer”.
“It provides an e-commerce platform that can take orders and deliver through these kiosks. Sometimes, these kiosks may also have a cloud kitchen connected, so chefs can go there, cook and sell through kiosks,” it said.
In the release, the trio said that their mission is to enable people with a passion for cooking to become entrepreneurs without any upfront investment.
“Opening a typical quick service restaurant can easily cost 10 lakhs and then the restaurant owner can spend on marketing and software. Wendigo is a ‘retail as a service’ concept where we provide all physical and digital infrastructure for a fee. provide structure.”
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