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Foodics Partner with RiseUP to Transform the F&B Industry

Foodics Rise Up
Foodics Partner with RiseUP to Transform the F&B Industry
    written by
    Mohamed Raafat

    Foodics, the end-to-end cloud-based POS and restaurant management solution that gives business owners a holistic overview of their company and its operations, partnered with RiseUP Summit this year.

    Representing Foodics was Country-Manager Belal Zahran, who talked about his company’s vision for 2022, assuring that it’ll elevate the restaurant management and operations to professional levels and that Foodics has a lot of booming surprises up their sleeves for next year. Belal continued his speech by emphasising the role Foodics will have in empowering and facilitating the restaurant management process, and that restaurant owners can manage their restaurant in a safe, innovative, and secure way from anywhere and at any time.

    Belal also touched on the positive impact of technology and digital transformation on the F&B industry and how Foodics can help lift profits and build a better brand image by managing sales, transactions, inventory, and customer relationships through modern technological means, such as cloud management and reports.

    Foodics offers a wide range of services, including organisation and management of restaurants, process control, ensuring quality, order of operations, integrating all the facility’s processes into one cohesive flow that is both time and cost-efficient, and customer-targeting services.

    Foodics offers various monthly or annual packages that can include whichever services correspond to particular business needs. Foodics’ mission is to enhance the capabilities of restaurant and cafe owners through a comprehensive cloud-based point of sale and restaurant management system that enriches their daily operations. The system serves multiple food and beverage outlets, from casual restaurants, cafes, and fast-food restaurants to bakeries, food trucks, and cloud kitchens.

    Even though Foodics was established in 2014, it has already launched seven offices around the MENA region due to the rapid, growing demand for its services from companies and vendors across the Middle East and North Africa.

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