Bay company Quentosity’s contactless solution for coffee

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Quentosity managing director Quentin Van Heerden.

Bumpzi, the creation of Tauranga-based digital marketing agency Quentosity, has come up with a solution for cafes, restaurants and takeaway businesses looking to operate under COVID-19 Alert Level 3.

Bumpzi is an online system that enables contactless, pre-ordered pick-ups from outside a café or eating place. A customer places an order by phone, then the café can view on a tablet. The order is created and the customer can then pick it up from a designated place outside the establishment.

Quentosity says the monthly cost can work out to be just one cup of coffee a day. The company, which specialises in creating digital apps, says Bumpzi can help such businesses get back up and running again.

Quentosity managing director Quentin Van Heerden also owns Q Cafe in Papamoa, which he said gave him an insight into what café owners needed

“We all want to resume serving coffee and food to customers, but it must be done in a way that’s safe, responsible and complies with the official guidance,” he said.

“This is where Bumpzi can help every business owner who is desperate to get an income again, and the customer who has missed their daily cup of barista-made coffee. As a small business owner, I know the pain that others are going through right now. Making Bumpzi to be affordable is how I hope I’m helping, one Kiwi business owner to another.”

For more information about Bumpzi, see www.bumpzi.co.nz

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