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Dinebook: Reserve a table via app

Recently launched app Dinebook makes it possible for users to reserve tables beforehand at cafés and restaurants.

The app was developed by the joint efforts of Braind founders and the program’s sponsor partners. It’s available in AppStore and Google Play.

The company CEO Suren Babajanyan told Itel.am they now have over 2000 downloads (67% for IOS and 33% for Android).

“As of the moment, the app covers around 40 restaurants in the smaller centre of Yerevan and we keep adding places. We plan to take the number up to 150 until the end of the year,” he noted.

Suren Babajanyan told that going from an idea to a complete app took 2 years. Now users can reserve tables from 9.30am until 10:45pm via Dinebook.

The app users can collect points from each booking and later use that money to pay the bill. The system is automated and operators’ presence is limited to the minimum.

Dinebook is comprised of 2 apps. One is Dinebook user that provides convenient search and booking options, so that users can easily find an appropriate restaurant, indicate the date, time, and number of guests, and reserve the table with just one click.

The other, Dinebook manager, notifies restaurant managers about the booking in detail. The managers can note the reserved tables, follow the history of bookings, and view feedback about their respective restaurants.

Narine Daneghyan

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