Sirens Market Launches Quick Cup Technology To Deliver Coffee Fast and Hot
Proprietary technology lets users view shop wait times; shop owners can "see" customer in transit to get coffee lovers to their cup of joe quicker
By: Quick Cup
"There is always something fun brewing at Sirens Market," said Kristie McBride, Owner, Sirens Market. "We've worked hard to build a welcoming community, one where we listen to the needs of our customers. We're aware of obstacles that have been posed by some mobile order ahead apps and felt Quick Cup was the right fit for our customers with the extra layer of technology that will help alleviate that order ahead backup."
Located at 3021 Rucker Ave., the family-owned and operated Sirens Market opened in 2016 (http://sirensmarket.com/)
A robust menu offers guests a vast selection of hot and cold caffeinated and decaffeinated beverages, including French Press Coffee, Nitro Brew, Sirenccino, Expresso Shakes, Hot Chocolate and Italian Soda. Its breakfast menu includes bagels, yogurt, breakfast burritos and more, while the lunch menu has favorites such as soups, sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, wraps and salads.
Customers will be able to order coffee and other beverages, as well as food items, via the Quick Cup system.
The nautical-themed shop also offers visitors a selection of fun costume jewelry, and a variety of whimsical home décor and apparel. It's a gathering spot for hosting community events, including live music and maybe some comedy or poetry as well.
"Sirens Market is an early adopter of Quick Cup. They understand how serious people are about coffee and tea and want to deliver the most awesome experience,"
Quick Cup is focused on a single mission: to get coffee-cravers to their favorite cup of java in the shortest time possible. The company leverages a patent-pending algorithm for estimated wait time/quickest option. Shop owners can see where the consumer is in relation to the shop after the consumer makes their purchase and when they arrive at the shop through the Quick Cup app and can delay their order if they are stuck in traffic, for example.
This eliminates the No. 1 problem that other coffee mobile app users encounter: arriving too late and finding a cold cupof joe or getting there too soon and having to wait for their order to be completed.
Quick Cup's parent company, Quick Bites, produces private-labeled mobile apps for restaurants, leveraging similar patent-pending technology to connect hungry dinners with their meals sooner.
About Quick Cup
Leveraging patent-pending technology to predict wait times and distances, Quick Cup is the free app that gets consumers to their favorite cup of coffee in the shortest time possible. Coffee connoisseurs and shop owners can learn more at: QuickCupApp.com.