Revolutionizing restaurants: Tyme TakeTech from Tyme Commerce

Tyme Commerce launched Tyme TakeTech, which is targeting the restaurant industry. A solution to simplify consumers' food takeout experience, the Tyme TakeTech modular cubbies is compatible with the Tyme app that can be used to order takeout. After receiving a food or drink order via the Tyme app, restaurant staff just slide the order into the designated cubby from the kitchen side and close it. Each cubby is insulated to keep cold food cold and warm food warm until customer pickup. At that time, the customer uses the Tyme app to unlock the other side of the cubby.

The kitchen side of the cubby includes a digital display area with the customer's name and number of times they have ordered. This personalization helps the restaurant staff personally greet the customer or provide other perks as a “thank you” for their loyalty.

Tyme TakeTech cubbies are modular, enabling restaurants to attach as many as needed to suit the restaurant's layout and design. Adding more cubbies is also easy, since these can be attached to the existing set with no additional electronic work required.

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Tyme Commerce will release its Tyme TakeTech solution for food pickup/takeout in early 2019.

Photo credit: Tyme Commerce

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