Local business solutions company Sixteen Ltd has partnered with UK-based Storekit to introduce new order and pay systems to Malta’s restaurant and hospitality markets.
Storekit is a digital solutions company that offers restaurants and bars an easier way for customers to order and pay by scanning a QR code, choosing what they want to eat and drink through a full menu with personalised branding, and then pay digitally with a debit or credit card. Storekit, which also offers pay-at-table, as well as collection and delivery solutions, currently works with over 500 UK brands.
Sixteen Ltd Managing Director David Seisun
“We explored multiple options to give our clients the best choice for a digital order and pay solution,” Sixteen Managing Director David Seisun said.
“Storekit has been built with operators in mind, seamlessly integrating with existing systems and improving the overall experience for customers, staff, and managers,” he added. While Sixteen has worked with alternative order and pay solutions before, Mr Seisun noted that Storekit is “leagues ahead with their features, speed of deployment and ease of use”.
He remarked that it should be “the only choice” for customers of Lightspeed Commerce, the cloud-based point of sale system that Sixteen offers.
Mr Seisun thanked Storekit for its trust in Sixteen as its partner in the Maltese market, and is “looking forward to bringing this innovative technology to the restaurant and hospitality scene in Malta”.
Storekit added that it is looking forward to working with Sixteen to “revolutionise restaurant and hospitality operations in Malta over the coming years” through their “long-term partnership”.
Headquartered in Marsa, Sixteen provides information systems consultancy to various industries, including the restaurants and hospitality industry. Its software solutions cover payroll, human resources management, time and attendance, and also ordering and stock-taking.
Storekit's order and pay system / Storekit