Wi-Q is shortlisted for its second 2016 hospitality industry award

We are excited to announce that Wi-Q has been shortlisted amongst the industry’s leading innovators by The Caterer’s inaugural Digital Vision Awards.

Recognised for our impact on the hospitality sector, including customer experience and business performance, we are thrilled to be a finalist for the Digital Achievement/Innovation Award as part of the Digital Development category.

On hearing the news, Wi-Q’s CEO, Graham Cornhill, said: “Wi-Q is a visionary solution designed to future-proof the hospitality industry and bring tangible value to the market. The fact that the Digital Vision Awards recognises and rewards innovation and the technology that will shape the industry captures our concept perfectly. We are honoured to be on the shortlist.”

The Digital Vision Awards, also referred to as the DiVAs, are new to the industry, dedicated to recognising operators, software vendors and suppliers that lead the way in online innovation. Our cloud-based integrated HTML5 mobile ordering solution has already been implemented in venues across the world, from coffee shops to hotels. By conveniently placing the menu, ordering and payment capability in a consumer’s hands, operators are seeing a significant boost in revenue and an improved customer experience. Crucially for users, Wi-Q’s state-of-the-art solution can be instantly accessed any Internet-enabled mobile device without having to download an app. Additionally, Wi-Q can be integrated into any existing website, EPOS or App venues may already have, giving them the opportunity to extend and improve upon existing functionality.

Hosted by The Caterer, the winners of the Digital Vision Awards will be announced through digital channels on thecaterer.com on 22 September 2016. We’ll let you know how we get on, although you may hear the whoops of joy from the office if we win.

Wi-Q is available as a revenue-based SaaS model with little or no capital investment. For further details, visit http://www.wi-q.com

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