Consumers are showing an increased interest in smartphone software – or “mobile apps” – that makes it easier for them to spend money in restaurants, according to two third-party aggregators of Internet foodservice business. Both Kudzu Interactive, operator of the Snapfinger.com online ordering portal for restaurants, and OpenTable Inc., whose OpenTable.com is a real-time restaurant reservation and marketing destination, found that mobile apps are having a growing ...
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