The award-winning café, which is passionate about its signature vanilla ice-cream, will allow customers to place orders through its website or brand new mobile app that is available through the App Store and Google Play.
For more than 120 years, the Crolla family business has built its success on great customer experiences, hard-working employees and mouth-watering gelato. Now with the added digital ordering offering, the service is sure to broaden the company’s appeal and create an even better customer experience.
Peter Crolla, owner of Crollas, comments: “So far, 2019 has been a really exciting year for us; through Preoday we can offer our ice cream and other menu items that we’re known for, at speeds we couldn’t have previously. We are excited to roll out the app to other franchises shortly and are confident that pre-ordering will become a key feature for the brand.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday, adds: “We are thrilled to work with Crollas, a growing chain of gelaterias. This family brand has great ambition and we are glad to be a part of its onward journey, helping it extend its service offering and taking guest experience to new heights.”
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