Known for its ability to offer high-speed online delivery services, Google’s WiFi access panel is now on its way to making known its presence in Kenya’s catering industry following the latest deal entered in by local restaurants owners, and Google’s Wazi WiFi. Speaking while sealing the deal, Google’s Country Manager Joe Mucheru said, “The newly introduced initiative aims at offering customers freedom to incorporate their digital lifestyle in our local restaurants. This we believe is a move in a positive direction as a developing country.”
For decades now, Google services have helped nature businesses by way of boosting E-Commerce in a rather competitive and ever transforming global market. New means and ways of undertaking business transactions and service delivery have been introduced over the years thereby enabling faster, easier and economical options to business owners.
In this respect, restaurant owners across Nairobi sought to enter into an internet deal with Eat Out Kenya, Google and Wazi WiFi to offer an online platform to their esteemed customers. Through this channel, customers would have a one on one access panel to interact with the restaurant’s patrons over the web by making use of online features such as the Google+ Hangouts to make direct communication with their preferred restaurant patrons.
The WiFi connections would be accessible via mobile phones, laptops or tablets. This latest move is for sure highly expected to place some of the local restaurants on an upper hand in terms making advance reservations with their customers, availing menus online among other several features regarded vital in fulfilling and guaranteeing maximum customer satisfaction.
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