It’s Time That Food Tech Startups Are Bridging The Tech Gap In Restaurant Ecosystem
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Food Tech startups worldwide are changing the way their industry works, whether it's by reimagining food distribution, expanding access to delicacies from fine dining establishments, or supporting sustainable food products by repurposing spurned yield. With technology penetration, the way restaurants operate today has changed. Instead of only serving people in physical establishments, restaurants have realised the importance of having a robust digital presence. Whether it's taking orders through websites or being everywhere on mobile apps, doing business through digital media has transformed the outlook for both large and small restaurants. Increasing internet permeation, increased ordering frequency, expanded reach in smaller towns, and more are all factors driving growth in the food tech industry.


Founded in 2011, Petpooja is restaurant POS software to manage restaurant billing, KOTs, inventory, online order, menus, and customers. Conceived with a vision to be the go-to Operating System for all F&B retail worldwide, Petpooja today is not merely a service provider. Instead, it delivers a product that ensures coherent and sustainable solutions for its restaurant partners. The company's SaaS tools strike the perfect balance by being simple enough for primary users yet highly comprehensive to power users. 

With significant increase in the number of food-tech companies worldwide that one sees in the comingyears, people's expenses will be influenced by technological innovations as they focus on new food experiences. The food-tech sector is expected to attract more customers in the future, owing to a cheerful public disposition and an increase in ordering intensity. Whether ordering food online or having meals delivered via mobile food apps, restaurants must adapt to the digital age to stay in business

Easy Eat

Easy Eat, an AI-powered tech platform that builds tools to help restaurants transition into technology companies. Through their cutting-edge technology, the startup solves the biggest problem of restaurants: making the direct connection between their customers. At the heart of their technology is an operating system with integrated QR based table ordering, loyalty programs, payment solutions, social media integration, inventory and integrated delivery services. Once the restaurant adopts Easy Eat's technology, the entire operation moves online. Like any other technology company, restaurants can capture every data point in the value chain, which leads to a better understanding of customers' choices, higher revenue and reduced cost. Founded in 2020, the startup already has 500+ restaurants signed up on their platform and have helped restaurants earn additional 4cr+ revenue during.


Established in 2012, Dineout is an online restaurant table booking service platform. Customers can make restaurant reservations online through Dineout. The organisation provides exclusive deals at over 40,000 restaurants across India. Besides that, the company also offers a premium product called Dineout Plus, using which subscribers can cash exclusive discounts at over 250 five-star establishments. Dineout, in collaboration with InResto and Torqus, is India's largest dining out and restaurant digital solutions platform, processing over 40 million customers and $800 million in transactions for its partner restaurants across its network of 45,000 eateries in 20 cities.