HOW Y THE WAIT WILL CONTRIBUTE TO A CLEANER ENVIRONMENT USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

HOW Y THE WAIT WILL CONTRIBUTE TO A CLEANER ENVIRONMENT USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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The world is already facing plenty of environmental concerns. Adding another one to the pile would probably be the last thing that any of us would like to do. While pollution and global warming continue to be the biggest problems at the moment, waste has a fair share in the contribution as well.

When it comes to wasting food, we do not just waste a particular item, we end up putting all the efforts and resources used to grow it into waste, which means wasting all fertilizers, water, croplands, etc. Furthermore, the wasted food that rots in landfills gives out methane which is a more potent source of the greenhouse effect and global warming than carbon dioxide.

There is no possible way in which any of us can guarantee to change our habits overnight. But we can definitely make an effort every day to reduce food wastage to a minimum.

In keeping with the same ideology, Y the Wait is determined to play its part in helping the environment. Using the boon of digitalization and artificial intelligence, we aim to cut the amounts of food wasted to a minimum. Y the wait offers insights into the customer preferences each day to all its partner smart restaurants. This, in turn, ensures that the restaurants get a basic idea about the quantity of food that they must order each week so as to not cause much wastage.

Y the Wait digital waiter also helps to reduce the paper wastage that occurs due to writing down each customer’s order into a notepad, printing the menu on a sheet and issuing a printed bill as all these features from seeing the menu to ordering and paying are available directly on the Y the Wait app.

With all the unique features and an environment-friendly approach, you do not need to consider twice before installing Y the Wait.

Choose smart! Choose Y the Wait!

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