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Ordering Stack

Ordering Stack is omnichannel ordering platform for restaurant chains. Works on mobile, desktop and kiosk devices. It is built on years of experience working for big international fast food brands like KFC, Pizza Hut, Burger King or Costa Coffee.

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  • Paid
  • Free Trial
  • €121.0 / Monthly (per restaurant, we support only restaurant chains.)
  • Cross Platform
  • Linux
  • Windows
  • Browser
  • Cloud
  • Java
  • Node JS
  • ReactJS

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  1. Why should a person choose Ordering Stack over its competitors?

    dedicated team will help with POS Integration, extensive product model allowing even most advanced combo meals and customizations, asynchronious data processing - very good performance even in in biggest peaks, modern architecture allowing customization and extensions with API and webhooks

  2. How would you describe your primary audience?

    We work mainly for mid-size to big multi-unit restaurant chains helping them digitialize their ordering channels

  3. Who are some of the biggest customers of Ordering Stack?

    Burger King (Rex Capital), Popeyes (Rex Capital), PASIBUS, KFC (SAMEX)

  4. What makes Ordering Stack unique?

    Ordering Stack was developed by IT engineers with extensive experience in the QSR domain. It is designed to be programmer and integrator friendly. Some of its features include an extensive QSR product model (such as combo meals), high performance due to its non-blocking architecture, microservices architecture, a high level of customization, and support for Open API and webhooks.

  5. What's the story behind Ordering Stack?

    For 10 years, our team has worked with some of the largest international QSR brands, including KFC, Pizza Hut, Burger King, and Starbucks, implementing bespoke ordering platforms integrated with enterprise-grade POS systems. These collaborations allowed us to gather extensive experience in the QSR domain. Five years ago, we decided to leverage this experience to create Ordering Stack, a modern ordering and self-service platform for multi-unit restaurants.

  6. Which are the primary technologies used for building your product?

    We use: Java, Node.js, Apache Kafka, MongoDB, Docker/Kubernetes in backend and React.js in the frontend.

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