Come and experience wi-Q for yourself at the Retail Business Technology Expo 2016

Hailed as the must-attend event for retail, hospitality, travel, entertainment and leisure operators, the Retail Business Technology Expo (RBTE) is another exciting opportunity for the wi-Q team to showcase our mobile ordering solution to a large audience of potential customers.

Alongside more than 550 global exhibitors, covering a vast range of solutions and services, we are confident wi-Q will attract a lot of attention as world-class software, capable of positively impacting revenue and vastly improving the customer experience.

RBTE has more than 16,000 visitors and its conference programme boasts more than 190 speakers. Held at London’s Olympia on 9th and 10th March 2016, the event will put us in front of purchasers and influencers, and once they have seen how easy wi-Q is to use and integrate with, we are sure they will wonder how they have managed without it!

But what is different about wi-Q? What makes us so special? Well, we understand that every retailer in any industry, particularly hospitality, travel and leisure, wants to serve more customers, in less time, whilst improving customer experience and choice. So we have carefully developed a cloud-based, integrated HTML software solution that puts the customer at the heart of the sales process. Most importantly, we are NOT an App which differentiates us from the other mobile ordering solutions on offer. There is no App download required, no login details to remember; it is a simple process of accessing wi-Q via any device through a Wi-Fi or mobile connection, browsing the menu, ordering and paying. From nutritional and allergy-specific menus, offers and upsells to any language presentation; there really is no limit to the configurations and capabilities of wi-Q.

We will update our social media throughout the event, and we look forward to meeting you on stand 651.

For more details of RBTE visit: www.retailbusinesstechnologyexpo.com and for a demo of wi-Q click here

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