Camm & Hooper launches mobile and online ordering services at four renowned London venues
London events and hospitality business Camm & Hooper has launched its mobile and online ordering service for customers, powered by Preoday, providing users with convenient services and exclusive packages at four of the group’s popular venues across London.
The app is available to download from today, 11th April, from the App Store and Google Play and covers the Tanner & Co. restaurant, bar and event space on Bermondsey Street, the grand Banking Hall events venue in the City of London, the Victorian Bath House and the new Soho hotspot Six Storeys. Customers can also order online from each of the venue websites.
Users will be able to take advantage of a variety of services at the different venues including: pre-ordering food for collection and ordering for the table for delivery. Nearby office workers will be able to order food and drink for delivery directly to their desk for lunch, or even to their picnic location in Soho Square when ordering from Six Storeys. The app has also embedded the Design My Night service so that customers can reserve their table as well. In addition to mobile and online ordering, the service will feature an exclusive selection of vouchers and experiences.
Andrew White, CEO of Preoday, comments, “It’s a pleasure to be working with Camm & Hooper’s celebrated venues and helping them offer their customers such a variety of services. Our flexible platform means that we can offer delivery and collection of food and drink, as well as vouchers, across multiple venues, and all in one app and online platform.”
Darren Hart, Director of Sales at Camm & Hooper, says, “We pride ourselves on providing unique experiences to our customers and innovating in how we use technology to deliver the services. The app transcends all customer types from corporate event clients wanting to pre-order drinks during an awards dinner to private consumers wanting to have the ability to click and collect from our menu or have their choice brought to their office or even the park.”