YtheWait waives-off its service-fee until 1st July 2020 or further if required
YtheWait prompts restaurant owners to start food delivery services free of cost by employing own delivery staff to save high margins
Use Y the Wait – all-in-one digital waiter app, to order your food contactless at any restaurant around the globe
Y the Wait CEO Simranjit Singh Grewal is calling on the hospitality industry to join the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic. Mr. Grewal advises people to avoid using unhygienic paper menus and kiosks and opt for the digital waiter as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19. Users can use Y the Wait as a digital waiter for dine-in, pre-order and delivery orders across the globe – even at McDonald’s, KFC, Starbucks, etc. or any local restaurant in their city if they join Y the Wait in this cause. Y the Wait app can be implemented at restaurants, cafes, hotels, bars, night clubs, airports, food courts, casinos, theatres, events, cinemas, stadiums & arenas, etc. within few minutes with our 24×7 global support.
To minimize the impact of the novel coronavirus, Y the Wait is supporting the hospitality industry through its ‘Join Us to Prevent Corona Spread’ initiative in response to public caution as more people limit public outings. In response to restaurant owners’ concerns of negative economic impact, the Y the Wait CEO mentioned the company will waive-off its usual 4% service-fee to allow restaurant owners to keep their business operating in uncertain times until 1st July 2020 or further if required. During this period, industry owners can decide their service-fee from zero to any percentage up-to 4% which will be further donated. Users can use Y the Wait app to donate to their preferred charities while enjoying the app. Y the Wait also prompts restaurant owners to start delivery services free of cost by employing own delivery staff. Through the ‘Join Us to Prevent Corona Spread‘ campaign, Y the Wait will donate all funds collected to government organizations and charities providing relief to people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.