Dineout entering several tier-2 cities as part of its pan-India expansion plans

The company is catering to four million diners a month through 40,000 restaurants in 20 cities.
  • Vaishnavi Gupta News Editor
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As part of its pan-India expansion, Dineout is venturing into several tier-2 cities in the country. Dining out and restaurant technology solutions platform is also strengthening its international presence.

The company is catering to four million diners a month through 40,000 restaurants in 20 cities.

Dineout operates in overseas markets like Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Kenya. It is live in these countries with B2B software with plans to launch B2C software soon.

The firm is foraying into strategic partnerships in global markets with local partners.

Ankit Mehrotra, CEO & Co-Founder, Dineout, said, “We have emerged today as the largest F&B tech support system in India. Through the B2B channel, we are processing about six million diners a month. And overall, we are seating about 10 million diners every month and this number is set to grow. We are not only catering to consumers, but also large corporates across banking, financial institutions, consulting, and other verticals.”

Dineout entering several tier-2 cities as part of its pan-India expansion plans

Offerings by Dineout

Dineout raised $50 million so far. It offers B2B and B2C services that include Dineout Pay, Gourmet Passport, Torqus POS and InResto.

The Noida-based food-tech company provides solutions to 10,000 restaurant partners through its software as a service (SaaS) platform, providing 10 software modules such as customer relationship management, billing, supply chain and feedback management.

Through its B2C vertical, Dineout last year catered to 40 million diners resulting in cumulative savings of $200 million to them.

“We have partnered with OYO and are working with aggregators such as MakeMyTrip and Goibibo. We have made acquisitions in the B2B space and are building in-depth consumer profiles on our platform. We are working with restaurants using millions of data points to help them create menus intelligently with the help of machine learning, and recommend consumers with interesting combos with the help of artificial intelligence,” Mehrotra added.

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