Ordercube – easy ordering for customers and staff

•     Call a waiter with an illuminated cube
•     Better customer satisfaction due to easier ordering
•     Acrylic glass cube powered by rechargeable batteries in high-quality design
•     Specially developed for the straining everyday conditions of gastronomy
•     Control possible via app
•     App: statistics allow for gastronomic process optimization
•     Current introductory price: 90 Euro net
•     Kickstarter campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ordercube/ordercube-simplify-ordering-and-beyond
•     Kickstarter: limited reduced price from 67 Euro

Munich, 25 August 2016 – The Ordercube by Adwyse & Co., the Munich-based firm of young founders Daniel Pasternak and Igor Suslov, is their idea to simplify ordering in restaurants. The illuminated cube made from acrylic glass and powered by rechargeable batteries is activated via touch sensor. This allows the waiter to see, if patrons want to order or pay, and in which order. Furthermore, the Ordercube can be operated via app. The advantage: Staff immediately see who wants to order and who wants to pay. Thus customer complaints about bad service are a thing of the past. The cube in high-end design can now be pre-ordered on the Web page (http://ordercube.de) and, for a special price of 67 Euro, on Kickstarter, starting 30 August 2016. Restaurants also have the opportunity to apply for a test run.

“Served too late”, “hour-long wait for the bill”, “other patrons were served first” – every restaurant owner knows complaints like these. Friends Daniel Pasternak and Igor Suslov are introducing the handy Ordercube as an elegant and technically refined solution: It simplifies ordering and thus makes it fairer. The Ordercube is an acrylic glass cube powered by rechargeable batteries and equipped with lighting. It stands on every table of the restaurant. If a patron wants to make an order, they touch the technically sophisticated and visually attractive cube. It is activated by a touch sensor. Now a preset time range starts which, depending on patron numbers, can be individualised via app (e.g. 30 minutes) and which includes a colour progression from green via yellow to blue. It thus takes the waiter only one look to see, if a customer wants to order, the order in which the customers have asked to make an order and how long each customer is already waiting for his order to be taken. The waiter takes the order and turns the Ordercube off with a quick touch or via app. If the preset maximum waiting time is exceeded, the Ordercube pulsates in blue.

Smooth and stable workflow

The robust Ordercube has been developed to meet high quality standards and especially for the straining everyday conditions of gastronomy and is produced in Germany. It is thus ideally equipped to guarantee a smooth and stable workflow. The Ordercube’s characteristics are a coating that is resistant to dirt, a complete individualisation via app and a brightness sensor adapting to the time of day. The running time is 30 hours. Via the creatively designed charging station, which can also function as an eye-catcher, the Ordercube can be recharged within two hours. Furthermore, it is waterproof and shock-resistant and equipped with an electronic touch sensor. Test runs in Munich restaurants have been considered a success by all participants, the owners are speaking of positive reviews in social media as well was larger tips. Further test runs are planned for which restaurants can apply to the founders.