The cafe offers a grab and go concept with a relaxed vibe. Nearby office workers will now be able to beat the lunchtime rush by pre-ordering from the varied world street food menu and collecting it upon arrival. Customers can pre-order via the W11 Canteen website or through the new W11 Collective app, available on Google Play and the App Store.
Tim Grant, owner, Canteen Collective, says: “We have big ambitions at Canteen Collective and rolling out our new digital ordering service to customers at W11 Canteen is one part of our plans. Preoday is the best technology partner for us; having a platform that is white-label with the ability to integrate with our EPOS, Centegra essential to making the process operationally efficient for us.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday, comments: “We are thrilled to be working with W11 Canteen, a great concept with strong ambition. We are glad to be a part of its onward journey, working closely with Centegra to help it extend its service offering and taking the guest experience to a new level.”
Tom Bell, CEO of Centegra, adds: “The Centegra + Digital Platform is ideal for W11 Canteen as it enables them to integrate EPOS and Preoday into one seamless reporting management platform”
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