In a move to bridge the digital gap for small and medium F&B players and contributing towards a technology-based cashless economy, YITSOL, a technology consulting services company committed to providing state-of-the-art technology solutions, has partnered with PayU, India’s leading online payment service provider.
This collaboration provides flexibility of collecting online payments to the merchants of PIKLE, YITSOL’s complete online food ordering system, by offering an additional payment gateway for transactions.
Pikle provided natural interactive experience for customers to quickly place online orders, using clean order flows and with simple payment methods and in turn, decreasing the processing time and hassles. With the help of this partnership Pikle will enable small and medium size restaurants to accept payments online.
Such restaurants can embrace digital revolution and benefit by offering online food ordering portals to take advantage of rapidly increasing mobile and internet usage in India. PIKLE’s self configurable platform comes integrated with a payment gateway from PayU which enables any F&B business to go online and accept cash less payments in less than three days.
“We are thrilled to announce the collaboration between Yitsol and PayU India. As recent as a few years, online ordering has become the buzz word for the food industry. Online ordering via both, desktops and mobile apps are increasingly becoming common in tiffin service food joints and quick service restaurants. Digital ordering is growing 300 percent faster than the dine-in traffic. This has led to the growth in the demand of online payment service providers, one of the top player being PayU,” said CEO YITSOL technologies, Ram Punamaraju.
“PayU India’s partner program is designed to build a world-class e-commerce payment processing integration ecosystem in India. It enables YITSOL’s PIKLE to serve their merchants better, offer them best-in-class payment processing and customer service. PIKLE’s self-configurable online ordering and CRM platform for restaurants comes integrated with payment gateway from PayU. This is a unique opportunity to take the cause of a digitally-empowered economy to greater heights and we hope to contribute to the cause on a more intrinsic level,” said Punamaraju.
“Our partnership with YITSOL Technologies will bridge the digital gap for small players in the F&B space. This will equip them to move their businesses from cash based to secure and transparent digital transactions. We hope that with this partnership we will be able to contribute extensively towards the vision of a cashless economy,” said business head, PayUbiz, Rahul Kothari.