Online / Remote Order & Pay for Restaurants

Order & Pay Platform

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The Avanti Commerce Platform is an Online Ordering solution for restaurants, putting the brand in the customer’s hand, allowing guests to order/pay on-the-go. Avanti’s platform drives sales with mobile apps & websites, integrated with the payment processor and front-counter operations. It’s everything required to make real Mobile Commerce work simply and efficiently.

Avanti Global Presence

Is your brand multinational? Whether 2 or 20,000 locations, the Avanti Platform can be easily configured to work in any city, in any country in the world.

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Subway: US

Taco Del Mar: US & Canada

Popeyes: Singapore

Think, Buy, Pick Up and Enjoy

The needs of the guest and the completed purchase transaction are one. This consumer behavior is on the rise and presents a multitude of benefits to both consumer and QSR.

Driven by the desire of consumers to be served more efficiently, Remote Ordering reaches out and grabs customers; facilitating two way communication, providing the QSR with better information about the habits of consumers. This translates into better informed QSRs which converts into loyal, satisfied and repeat guests.


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Social Goes Local: QSRs Tapping Into Localization Trend

Local, social media bubbles

Social media has become an integral tool for many QSRs to connect with their customers. This is especially true in regards to Millennials, who generally have higher expectations of engagement with brands than previous generations.


Heavy users of social media, Millennials, also happen to be responsible for a huge portion of quick-serve industry customers. On average, Millennials visit fast food restaurants 12 or more times per month – they spend more of their income on food than any other generation.1