In 2016, Martin Lafrance, a McGill-HEC Montréal EMBA 2015 graduate, and his associates created UEAT with a clear objective: ” to build the fastest, easiest and smartest way to order food without making any compromises. ”
The company has come a long way since then.
During the current COVID-19 crisis, UEAT positioned itself as the “local option for online ordering” for Quebec restaurateurs.
Today, with the upcoming reopening of restaurants, UEAT announced the introduction of its tool for contactless payment and ordering in restaurants.
“Technology supports us by, among other things, simplifying complex tasks and enabling convenience. Today, we need technology more than ever – especially in a post-COVID-19 world. Many restaurants are already doubling down on online ordering to boost profits with takeout and delivery.
But what about inside the restaurant? How can technology help re-invent the customer experience so they feel safe and comfortable to visit? Now that restaurants are beginning to reopen, strict sanitary measures need to be put in place to ensure the safety of both guests and staff.”
UEAT’s contactless ordering and payment options allow restaurants of all types and sizes (multi-location, independent, fast-food casual, white-tablecloth, etc), to offer their customers the ability to order from anywhere: Table ordering, Curbside pickup, …