MasterTAAG becomes the first Physical web service for restaurants


MasterTAAG is an Internet of Things startup aiming to provide technology-driven solutions to businesses, by automating business processes to ease the art of doing business. The disruptive company recently launched a unique web service, the first of its kind in the industry, to help restaurants provide more cost-efficient and customer-centric services.

The MasterTAAG app is the first of its kind physical web service for restaurants designed to help service providers in this case, restaurants, translates their menu into their customer’s preferred language and currency effortlessly. The use of physical web technology ensures that customers do not need to download, while helping customers to easily understand the menu offered by the restaurants as well as the cost of the menu. The service also gives a pictorial representation of the menu, allowing customers to see how delicious the meal looks.

MasterTAAG particularly helps to solve one of the major problems with ordering a food or drink, which the customer not understanding the meal or cost involved. Consequently, the MasterTAAG app makes it to order foods and drinks by providing the menu and the price list in the customer’s currency and language.

NFC technology is used for accessing the menu and price list, with iBeaon used in sending them to all mobiles devices that do not have the NFC technology. Users can also connect through Bluetooth and WiFi, ensuring that everyone benefits from the technology regardless of their type of device.

MaterTAAG is already receiving accolades from users. “Surprised at first with this new physical web service and we quickly understood the benefits for our customers,” says Laurent N – Customer at Coffee & Go France.

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