How Ordr is Creating a Big Win for Fans?
How Ordr is Creating a Big Win for Fans? Ordr, the app that lets users order food from their seats at a sporting event, announced they have partnered with SpotOn, one of the fastest-growing software and payment companies with comprehensive business cloud-based technology.
“As the leading sports hospitality technology company, we’re committed to providing our clients with the flexibility and freedom to operate the way they want to operate,” said RJ Horsley, COO of SpotOn. “Our top priority is helping our clients deliver an unforgettable fan experience, including ordering and paying for food and drinks right from their seats. We’re really excited about partnering with Ordr to provide an even better experience for our clients.”
SpotOn has been trusted by the majority of major league sports stadiums and other entertainment venues, including the home stadiums of the Arizona Diamondbacks, New York Yankees, and Los Angeles Dodgers. SpotOn’s seamless point-of-sale hardware and enterprise software power a growing number of minor league parks. Currently, their partnership is set to start off in the MiLB with the Gwinnett Stripers.
In partnership with SpotOn, Ordr is strengthening their relationships with their partners by streamlining mobile orders. This integration will allow operators to process mobile orders from its existing POS, making it easier for both fans and operators.
Ordr is a convenient app that lets people order desserts, drinks, and hats for the team all from their seats. People who downloaded the app can place an order from their phone through the selected concession or team store as well as choose in-seat delivery or express pick up. They also don’t have to wait in line or miss watching the game because of it.
SpotOn is one of the fastest-growing software and payment companies with a cloud-based technology for all types of businesses. Known for its innovation, this company offers a platform that helps businesses streamline operations, improve experiences for customers, increase profitability. From seamless and efficient point-of-sale systems to integrated management solutions built by business owners, SpotOn builds technology that “works the way you work”–fairly, easy to use, and backed up by personal support. With 2,000 employees including one of the strongest product and technology teams in the market–2/3 of which are engineers or developers–SpotOn provides an experience tailored to its clients’ needs.