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Nish Sowdri

As the founder and CTO of Restoplus our objective is to make mobile apps affordable for restaurant owners

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Restoplus is now a Skalata Ventures portfolio company 🎉

By Nish Sowdri on May 18, 2020 11:00:02 AM

Hi all,

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Switching your customer to a different online ordering platform

By Nish Sowdri on May 15, 2020 12:46:11 PM

Are you a restaurant owner who is complaining about the high commissions charged by Menulog?

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Coming Soon - Version 3!

By Nish Sowdri on May 14, 2020 1:23:22 PM

What are we cooking?

At Restoplus our objective is to be the technology provider of choice for restaurants and as you know we are primarily a mobile apps provider, in the upcoming release our aspirations are to become a one-stop technology shop for restaurants.

Basically the most common request from our clients is to provide website ordering along with the mobile app, understandably website is definitely a frequently used touch point for customers of any restaurant.

Because our clients love our Mobile App so much, most of them wanted to switch all of their online ordering to Restoplus. And I have got some good news for them! In the next version, which is most likely to be released soon, we are launching website ordering for restaurants.

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UberEats and JustEat — A different perspective

By Nish Sowdri on May 13, 2020 10:29:15 AM

One of the most foundational questions that I’ve been asking myself for a long time now is that why are aggregators like UberEats and JustEat are winning in spite of not being very friendly to the restaurants?

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Reducing the barrier of entry to AppStore and GooglePlay

By Nish Sowdri on May 11, 2020 11:52:58 AM

This post is about the huge barrier of entry to AppStore and Google Play.

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Why you can't trust UberEats?

By Nish Sowdri on May 8, 2020 12:28:47 PM

Today there are so many ways a customer could place an order with a restaurant. For a start, Uber eats, Menulog, Doordash, Deliveroo to name a few and that is no short of the number of online learning platforms.

There are already too many and the number is only set to increase in the coming days given the attractiveness of the business model. But the key differentiating factor between a third-party ordering platform and your own ordering system is that, a platform always exists to satisfy it's customers.

For example Uber eats will spend millions in acquiring new customers and would spend even more on retaining them, such that they continue to place orders via. the platform.

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Getting the next million restaurants onboard AppStore & Google Play

By Nish Sowdri on May 7, 2020 9:00:00 AM

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Why are food ordering platforms are winning?

By Nish Sowdri on Jul 18, 2019 6:18:47 PM

The answer lies in the difference in the business model itself.

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Reduce UberEats commissions to 8.75%

By Nish Sowdri on Jul 18, 2019 10:24:06 AM

While UberEats is a good platform for gaining exposure to new groups of audience, it has got 2 big problems:

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