Written by QSR Magazine. Posted on March 16, 2017.
Avanti Launches New Platform After Subway Venture
Avanti Commerce, the company behind Subway Restaurant’s impressive, global entry into mobile ordering have announced the launch of their software as a cloud-based platform, making mobile ordering and payment possible for any restaurant chain.
Written by Fast Company. Posted on March 16, 2017.
Now (Almost) Any Restaurant Can Offer Mobile Ordering
In July 2015, Avanti Commerce helped Subway launch mobile ordering at 27,000 of its U.S. stores, making it at the time the largest restaurant chain to support mobile ordering. Now it’s bringing some of that same technology to smaller outfits.
While Subway’s rollout was somewhat novel, these days the mobile ordering of food is commonplace. Customers are accustomed to ordering a latte on their phone while they’re walking to Starbucks or buying a Chipotle burrito as they’re leaving for their lunch break so they can skip the line when they arrive at the store for pickup.
Most of the restaurants that offer mobile ordering have been huge chains. Until now.
Written by Mobile Payments Today. Posted on March 15, 2017.
Avanti Commerce brings mobile ordering system to the cloud
Avanti Commerce, the company that helped Subway Restaurants implement mobile ordering, has announced the launch of its software as a cloud-based platform, making mobile ordering and payment possible for any restaurant chain, according to a press release.
Written by Marketwired. Posted on March 16, 2017.
Avanti Launches New Platform Following Successful Venture With Subway®
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – March 16, 2017) – Avanti Commerce, the company behind Subway® Restaurant’s impressive, global entry into mobile ordering have announced the launch of their software as a cloud-based platform, making mobile ordering and payment possible for any restaurant chain.
Consumer demand for mobile ordering and payment continues to soar. Major brands such as Starbucks, Subway and Panera Bread have firmly established market leadership, leaving smaller chains scrambling to keep up. Avanti’s newly launched platform will directly address this emerging need, allowing restaurants of any size to establish a mobile ordering offering.
Written by PR Newswire. Posted on September 6, 2016.
SUBWAY® Digital Grows Global E-Commerce Capabilities With Acquisition From Vancouver Company Avanti Commerce
MILFORD, Conn., Sept. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — SUBWAY® restaurants announces the acquisition of a digital technology team and assets from Avanti Commerce, a Vancouver-based online commerce solution provider and SUBWAY® restaurants partner since 2011.
The 20-person team joining SUBWAY® Digital from Avanti Commerce will remain and grow in Vancouver, which is a technology hub for Canada and a centralized location for technology and digital talent. As part of the SUBWAY® Digital group, the new team will be dedicated to the expansion and customization of unique e-commerce and omni-channel platforms for the sandwich chain.
Written by IT Business. Posted on June 10, 2016.
Subway Forms Digital Team to Create More Personalized Experiences for Consumers
Subway Corp. might be the planet’s largest restaurant operator, with more than 44,000 locations in 112 countries and territories around the world, but its leaders fear being left behind by the digital revolution – and are eager to do something about it.
Written by Techvibes NewsDesk. Posted on September 8, 2014.
Canadian Startup Powers Remote Order & Pay Option for SUBWAY Restaurants
The Subway restaurant chain has selected Vancouver’s Avanti Commerce to power its online and mobile remote ordering & payment solutions for all orders placed from a customer’s phone, tablet or desktop.
The Avanti Commerce Platform extends the order & payment process outside of the store, reducing capacity constraints while greatly increasing speed-of-service.