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Create Engaging Mobile Customer Experiences To Fuel Growth

3 Ways A Mobile Store Front Increases Customer Engagement

A customer strolls into a cafe off a busy street in New York City. Instead of reading the menu on a chalkboard, she shows a code on her phone screen of an item ordered by mobile en route. The owner taps the code on the cafe's mobile POS and fulfills the order.

In a beat, no cash, credit card or receipts are exchanged, she receives points for the order and heads out the door. Within seconds friends comment on the purchase and some replicate it for themselves or gift her the next one.

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This Williamsburg Cafe Makes Healthy Taste Amazing

If you live in Williamsburg, you're lucky to have this spot off of Mccarren Park nearby. If you live in New York City, you'll want to get on the L Train and visit frequently. It's hard to find delicious grab and go food and drink that's organic and intent on improving your wellbeing. Juicery Kitchen covers the works, in addition to creating convenience and easy access.

Serving organic raw juices and raw superfood bowls like oatmeal and matcha, hearty miso and veggie soups, wild salmon, tofu dishes and macro bowls, there's something for everyone at every time of day. If you're on a diet or fitness routine, work this in. If you just want to eat amazing nutrient dense and feel good food, this is your bag. 

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Treatmo Revolutionizes Ordering by Placing POS Systems on Customers' Phones

Restaurant POS systems are a crucial part of the business. They often determine how efficient a business will run and how quickly merchants can take and process orders. The right POS system can mean the difference between customers standing in line and complaining or happily enjoying their food.

Today many vendors now offer a mobile POS system (mPOS) which works on an iPad and can be carried to the table by the server to process the order immediately. Some mPOS systems sit prominently on the customer’s table which can be seen most noticeably in some airports around the country.

Restaurant POS systems are a crucial part of the business. They often determine how efficient a business will run and how quickly merchants can take and process orders. The right POS system can mean the difference between customers standing in line and complaining or happily enjoying their food.

Today many vendors now offer a mobile POS system (mPOS) which works on an iPad and can be carried to the table by the server to process the order immediately. Some mPOS systems sit prominently on the customer’s table which can be seen most noticeably in some airports around the country.

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Why Speed Up Your Mobile Payments Strategy

Mobile payments is gaining momentum and it benefits businesses to develop a m-commerce strategy to take advantage of this growing sales channel in the best way possible. Offering payments through a mobile phone app as opposed to a .com site, caters more directly to customers and the emerging on demand food marketplace of people always on their phone.

When we approach businesses about the Treatmo mobile payment solution, we are often asked why there is a need for it. In fact, only 3% of small businesses offer mobile payments so there is a lot of confusion around what a mobile payment strategy looks like and what it can do for small businesses, especially food makers.

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4 Ways Small Businesses Can Win with Mobile Payments

Awareness of mobile payments (paying with a mobile phone app instead of handing over cash or swiping a credit card), grew dramatically in 2015. An Accenture report from October 2015 indicated that more than half of consumers are aware they can use their mobile phones to pay at brick & mortar establishments, which is a 40% increase from 2014.

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Taste of the Islands at House of Juice

When island breezes beckon, but you don't have time to take a vacation, visit House of Juice (HOJ) in Brooklyn. HOJ serves fantastic juice, kombucha, jun, and smoothies, but they also offer a couple of delicious Caribbean inspired brunch plates on the weekend, like the Trinidadian style tacos pictured above.

The tacos combine chickpeas (chana), sweet potatoes, banh mi pickles and cucumbers on a soft gluten-free tortilla. The flavors blend perfectly with their seasoning and inspire thoughts of eating on a warm beach with blue waves at your toes.

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