Foodtech companies and startups are creating sustainable marketplaces, synthesizing food in new ways, and outlining new standards.
The foodtech market size is $220.32 bn, and as per market research reports, this will exceed 342 bn USD by 2027. To offer a connected experience to their audience and consumers, the need to digitize physical spaces and provide alternative online solutions is high among restaurants owners, chefs, and all food enthusiasts.
Software can move all operations online and automate many, including payments, ordering, delivery, kitchen operations and staffing.
Online platforms and technology expand convenience and choice. Digitizing the customer experience overcomes the barriers from varying time zones, languages, availability, accessibility and delivery. smartData is helping clients achieve the desired experience for their customers by designing and developing tech-enabled solutions for all the micro-moments of the customer food ordering journey; via self-service kiosks or voice-enabled ordering at drive-thru, establishing the need for more dedicated fulfillment centers and ghost kitchens for on-time deliveries.
Addressing the demands of both consumer-facing and B2B market, smartData expertise in automating inventory replenishment and shelf life of products, meal last-mile deliveries and tracking, social networking for guided cooking, personalized nutrition, aggregation, promotions and other segments of the food industry.
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Electronic exchange of clinical information permits doctors, nurses, pharmacists, other health care providers, and patients to retrieve and securely share a patient's vital medical information electronically—improving the speed, quality, safety, coordination, and cost of patient care.
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc throughout the country and the healthcare system. However, telemedicine is stepping up as the spotlight helping healthcare providers and caregivers better respond to the needs of the patients