Mobile Payment App Lets Patrons Avoid Lines at Restaurants

Aug. 11, 2011

AisleBuyer LLC, a Boston-based mobile self-checkout technology provider, recently launched a smartphone application enabling customers to place food orders and pay in real-time from an iPhone, Android or BlackBerry. The company said its mDine application lets restaurant owners offer customers the ability to view menus and nutritional information, place customized orders and save favorite orders, reducing the time spent in long lines. By integrating with the restaurant’s existing point of sale system, mDine allows customers to order and pay from anywhere inside a restaurant from their mobile devices. “There is a paradigm shift in the way consumers are interacting with restaurants as demand increases for a faster, easier way to order and pay,” said Andrew Paradise, CEO of AisleBuyer. “With AisleBuyer mDine, restaurants can provide a better experience to consumers while also increasing their average order size through targeted promotions, coupons and product recommendations.”