Orda Debuts Orda Express – World’s First Drag-and-Drop Self-Ordering Kiosk Designer, Eyeing 10,000 Kiosks by 2024



Orda Debuts Orda Express - World's First Drag-and-Drop Self-Ordering Kiosk Designer, Eyeing 10,000 Kiosks by 2024

Through Orda’s patented solution called Orda Express, the process of building branded self-ordering kiosk hardware and software is shortened to a matter of minutes.

Orda Debuts Orda Express - World's First Drag-and-Drop Self-Ordering Kiosk Designer, Eyeing 10,000 Kiosks by 2024Self-ordering kiosks have become an essential technology for restaurants and retailers as part of the trend of going fully digital. In the last few years, leading players like McDonalds, Dunkin’ and Taco Bell have driven this trend by launching branded kiosks. However, the time commitment and cost of building kiosks prevented most brands from benefiting from the much needed automation and growth tool.

New York-based digital ordering platform Orda introduced the world’s first drag and drop self-ordering kiosk designer. Orda Debuts Orda Express – World’s First Drag-and-Drop Self-Ordering Kiosk Designer, Eyeing 10,000 Kiosks by 2024The disruptive Orda Express software allows a brand to design their self-ordering kiosk bezel and software with drag and drop features – a creation that does not require any previous coding experience. The selected design is then sent to the factory for manufacturing, where they are then shipped to the business. These kiosks are up and running in a matter of days, allowing for the new generation of entrepreneurs to achieve unique business models at a fraction of the traditional cost.

An example success story is “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro. According to Chris Chandler, General Manager of Buddy Valastro Restaurants, “Our team was able to design branded kiosk hardware and software and get them up and running easily with Orda Express. Customers are excited to use our beautiful express ordering kiosks, where they feel a personalized connection with Buddy.”

Orda CEO, Roy Ganor, formerly served as Vice President of Research and Development at a company that was acquired by Wix. In his background Roy helped pave the way for the no code movement. Ganor shared, “My team is bringing a drag-and-drop concept to a full hardware and software solution for the first time. The opportunity is huge with brands seeking to digitize both the in-store and online ordering experience. We are on track to launch over 10,000 kiosks by 2024.”

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