How FETCH Works
Customise Your Offer
Set up your account and simply upload your menu, prices and timed offers, set your order prep times and start using FETCH.
FETCH is the first in the world to introduce instant ordering to hospitality powered by app clips & instant apps. For on premises dining and drinking, there’s no need for customers to download an app or scan a QR code, simply tap, order and pay.
Handling Orders With Ease
Staff can use a smartphone, tablet or the venue’s POS to receive orders. Plus, FETCH can locate the customer automatically, thanks to our smart location technology meaning there is no need to number tables anymore.
Get Back to Business
The FETCH app for businesses is free to download, set up and use making it a cost effective way to get back to business.
App Clips and Instant Apps
FETCH App Clip (Apple) and Instant App (Android) offers hassle-free instant order and pay, removing the traditional need to download an app, allowing customers to start ordering in seconds.
FAST TO OPEN
Maximise revenues and reduce costs with FETCH
Pubs and Bars
Remove the scrum at the bar by enabling your customers to order from their table or collect their order from a collection point. Why not make it easier for your regulars to find their usual, with saved last orders? Which also makes it even easier for customers to get in that extra round.
Serve more customers in less time. Reduce queues at tills and watch loyalty increase. And with order-at-table, help your customers ease back into the new normal by letting them use your café as a second home or office.
Help your customers find exactly what they want, fast, with their own personal ordering kiosk — removing queues and speeding up the order process. Plus increase revenues through smart recommendations and upsells.
Stadium and Arenas
Make the most of that pre-match rush by enabling fans to order and pay from their own device, in their own time. Enable in seat ordering and delivery or with a simple designated collection point, you’ll see a huge reduction in waiting at tills and a corresponding increase in order.