One day one of the co-founders of Tabin was standing in a line of a takeaway store, waiting for his food. He had been standing there for about 10 minutes and at that time magically had a realisation. "Why are we be waiting for so long just to order our food. Wouldn't it be cool to have a kiosk here, as the big food chains have got". That was the start of Tabin.
We then went to a few McDonalds, KFC and Burger King locations just to try out the kiosk there and see how good they were and how many people interacted with them. What we realised was that there was an even split between the number of people who went to the checkout and the number of people who used the Kiosk. We also noticed a lot more of the younger generation were using those kiosks. Which we thought was a good sign. We then asked ourselves how do we think takeaways will look 5 or even 10 years into the future? It was quite evident things were going to be quite automated.
With the minimum wage in NZ going up each year, it is just becoming harder and harder for restaurants to continue staying profitable. Restaurants will have to look for a way to cut down costs but at the same time increase their sales. This is where we believe kiosks come in. They can help restaurants achieve this, at like 15% of the price.
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