Bon-Cuisine, a leading provider of cafeteria management and food-tech solutions, is pleased to announce its recent success in onboarding new clients, solidifying its position as an industry innovator in transforming the workplace dining experience. The company has proudly welcomed prestigious clients such as Tata Communications, Kyndryl, WSP, Myntra, Keyword Studio, Mirafra, Mynd Integrated Soln., EPAM, Siemens joining an illustrious list of Corporates and government enterprises like GeM (Government e-Marketplace), and many more. These partnerships reflect Bon-Cuisine’s commitment to serving the diverse needs of large corporations and institutions, ensuring timely, pocket-friendly, hygienic, and diverse meal services for their employees. This association with new clientele has helped Bon-Cuisine increase its Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) and has seen a significant rise in the number of daily transactions crossing over 50,000 per day. The company aims to double its customer base every quarter, which has helped them to set the target GMV of INR 25 crores by the end of this Financial Year (FY 23-24).
As per CIRIL’s industry report, the F&B industry in India is expected to reach over US $500Bn by 2027. And looking at the continuously increasing population in service sectors (over 130 million office goers) and the necessity of daily epicure service at their workplace, there is a dire need to digitalise this sector. The demand for digital dining solutions has started surging post-pandemic era. Bon-Cuisine is at the forefront, offering smart technology-driven solutions that enhance the overall dining experience. Through its platform, employees gain remote access to digital menus on various devices, allowing for seamless ordering, digital payment options, real-time food preparation notifications, and instant feedback mechanisms. Clients, empowered by a comprehensive dashboard and control panel, can monitor vendor and menu performance, food order ratings, real-time sales data, billing, and transactions without the need to step into the cafeteria. On the other hand, Food vendors get access to the market place which is risk free, with minimal investment, well managed to avoid any cash or material pilferage on daily basis, which helps them to grow their business exponentially.
Vikash Chandra, Founder of Bon-Cuisine, said, “Managing corporate cafeterias presents a complex and operationally intensive challenge, one that Bon-Cuisine excels at by creating compliant dining spaces prioritizing health, safety, and efficiency. Our expertise and tools bring order to the chaos often associated with mass dining facilities. As the F&B industry undergoes a digital transformation, we lead the charge, committed to delivering the best, most innovative, and user-friendly platform for clients, consumers, and food partners. Our technology-driven solutions redefine the dining experience, making it efficient, transparent, and deeply satisfying for all stakeholders”.
Bon-Cuisine’s success in onboarding new clients and expanding its portfolio reflects the vast potential within the F&B tech industry. The company is on a growth trajectory, with plans to expand into Tier 2 cities and potentially International markets in the near future. Its commitment to delivering tailored solutions and cutting-edge technology positions it for sustained growth and leadership in the industry.