wi-Q, are proud to announce that it has achieved Gold Partner Status in the Oracle Partner Network (OPN). As one of only 38 Oracle Gold Partners globally, the status will position wi-Q as the world’s only fully integrated solution in the hospitality sector.
Delivering unrivalled functionality through a cloud-based mobile ordering platform, in a little or no-capex, SaaS model, the solutions feature a choice of language, allergy and dietary requirements and multiple payment options as well as instant ROI to venues via upselling, loyalty and data-driven marketing tools.
Developed over more than a year in partnership with Oracle, wi-Q Technologies’ via OHEICS or Simphony POS integration aims to change the hospitality market. Our award-winning cloud-based mobile ordering and payment portfolio also includes Mi-Room, developed to deliver mobile ordering capability to guest room services.
Extensive research, including a targeted survey in partnership with The Caterer, revealed that native apps provide a barrier for venues, rather than a solution. Not only do they require significant upfront development costs, ongoing maintenance and the need for customers to download and use up valuable storage space on mobile, but apps are not easily integrated with existing software such as (EPoS) systems.
Following the announcement of wi-Q’s Gold Partner Status, Oracle OHEICS and Simphony POS customers can soon look forward to a fully-integrated, branded mobile ordering solution. That’s great news for the industry, says Founder, Graham Cornhill:
“We’re able to deliver an any-device mobile ordering solution to the hospitality sector, that until now, has been restricted by costly native app software. As a low-risk alternative, our cost-effective model increases revenue from day one and seamlessly integrates with existing business operations – it’s great news for the industry! We would like to thank the team at Oracle for working with us to get this over the line and we look forward to working with OHEICS & Simphony POS customers across the world.”