Cafe Lets People Order Via Twitter

Cafe Lets People Order Via Twitter
technology

Electric Ireland's proposes a model for how social media can be used to efficiently moderate transactions and deliver tasty meals.

Dylan Schenker
  • 17 january 2012

Digital transactions have the potential to not only disrupt real world consumerism but to also restructure the payment process. Traditionally, going to a brick & mortar store implies searching for what you plan on purchasing and then waiting online to exchange money for the product or service. As we have seen with online ticketing, we are now seeing an opportunity to circumvent the ‘process’ entirely and to expedite physical transactions in a nonlinear way.

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