Streamplate’s food ordering app is a collection of services to support the broad spectrum of user types given everyone eats and drinks. The logic here is that to become the last food ordering app, we have to be able to support a range of interactions that people have with food/drink outlets. This means not just supporting different ways of ordering, but also showing as many venues as possible.
Our app allows users to pre-order, order from their table, split bills via Bluetooth, create a health tracking dashboard with widgets, reserve and message venues, earn money by curating venues/menus, creating events (eg. market stalls, fundraisers etc) and serving meals from a user’s home.
We also allow order-forwarding which means that when a user orders from a venue that isn’t connected to Streamplate, we forward the order onto a pre-existing service that is with that venue, eg. UberEats or DoorDash.
This also means we allow delivery without having to worry about the overhead of managing a fleet.
Our feature list highlights how Streamplate is an aggregation of a range of pre-existing services, allows users to monetise their eating/drinking experiences and our focus on web-scraping/automating, means we’re looking to be globally accessible from day 1.