Indian foodtech startup SmartQ acquired by UK-based Compass Group

Indian foodtech startup SmartQ acquired by UK-based Compass Group

The India unit of UK-based Compass Group, which professes to be the world's biggest agreement food administration organization, has obtained a dominant part stake in the foodtech startup SmartQ. The securing will empower Compass India to create and send comparable arrangements across its customer base, as a component of the organization's "get back to work" procedure for business development. 

SmartQ offers types of assistance, for example, brought together billing system for cafeterias and containers, contactless pre-loaded cards, retail location programming and robotized billing stands. It runs after upgrading cafeteria and food-court encounters by wiping out lines and limiting hang tight an ideal opportunity for clients or representatives. 

"The workforce in India today is progressively comprised of individuals who have either grown up or are profoundly acquainted with individual innovation. They are our center buyers and are driving an adjustment in the manner we work contract food administrations to address their issues. We need to be at the forefront of this change, consistently driving development and reexamining our administration and experience model," said Dev Amritesh, managing director for Compass Group India.