When I go to places I hate waiting in queues and not enjoying the place.
Unsure if the problem is big enough. But the true thing is other industry also applied similar methodology i.e. coffee, juice. You may want to give a try @eduardosoares
You're right! I just need to now where the problem ir bigger, so maybe my chance of sucess is higher. Any suggestion?
I think this is a great idea. I also don't like waiting in long lines at venues. My biggest concern (apart from the fact that I'm not going to restaurants during coronavirus times) is that if I thought the app would take significantly longer than waiting in line, I wouldn't use it.
Perfect, I was thinking steps could be: email -> store with geolocation -> product -> credit card -> order done and email sent. What do you think?
Also, I would expect it to be free. I don't think I would pay for this.
Nice, planning to charge the stores, if they pay 2% to credit cards, maybe I will charge 1%, to sum 3%.
That’s a great idea. I wonder if there’s a no code tool that would make this easy?
I just made a MVP using typeform! It doesn't have all the features I want, but let's go!
I had an idea similar to this a few months ago, which my dev buddy shot down.
I suggested an app making it possible for any local coffee shop to do the mobile order and pickup like SBucks. I bet you could kill 2 birds with 1 stone. You could essentially make any biz able to do the order/pay/pickup via mobile app.
I wonder if you could do image processing to pay by taking a picture of a credit card? Then users wouldn't have to manually enter a card but also users wouldn't need an "account" on the app to use it. That'd be very low barriers to entry. I'm picturing:
1.) Coffee shop or bar has a unique link on their website to order for pickup.
2.) Make the order.
3.) Pay by taking a picture of the credit card.
If you needed extra verification you could make users show the original credit card to the shop keeper.
Fast login and payment, perfect! Got it!
Nice idea! I can see we can use it to a diverse variety of stores. Just need to find the best one to start and them move to other to scale. Thanks for the feedback!
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Nicee! My plans are to charge stores 1% or 2%, the majory time they do not repass to costumers. What do you think?