BigDish Plc (LON: DISH), a food technology company is pleased to announce a Technology Update.
The Company announced on 30 July 2020 that BigDish-to-GO would launch in beta. The Company is pleased that BigDish-to-GO is now functioning in closed beta, which is a restricted live testing environment.
The Company will progressively roll out new functionality as part of the migration to a Software-as-a-Service (“SaaS”) platform. BigDish-to-GO is the most substantial technology development work the Company has undertaken to date as the Company’s focus shifts to include both off-premise and on-premise dining.
The Company has signed up a growing number of restaurants to BigDish-to-GO that will be progressively added to the platform as the product moves out of beta.
In addition, the Company has entered into an agreement with its first last-mile delivery partner and will update the market in due course.
Food delivery and takeaway market in the United Kingdom (UK) – Statistics & Fact
Takeaways are a popular form of dining in Britain and an important segment of the out-of-home foodservice market. Besides convenience, ordering pizzas and other cuisines are also considered a leisure occasion similar to eating out in a restaurant. UK households spend an average of around five British pounds per person per week on takeaway meals.
With the emergence of online ordering technology and companies dedicated to restaurant delivery, the market has entered a new era.
The total foodservice delivery market was worth around 8.5 billion British pounds in 2019, largely thanks to the rise of online delivery concepts. Although telephone orders still account for a large share of orders, deliveries ordered online or via an app have increased dramatically.
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