Project Kiosk: Food Delivery Made Easy

If you own a takeaway or are a restauranter, then you will certainly know what it’s like to be on the lookout for a software solution. After all, in this day and age, without an adequate online presence, it is really do or die!

Thankfully, Software Planet Group have extensive experience in the food service industry, from helping schools to deliver hot lunches to assisting businesses with their staff’s snack stock. Yet for today’s blog post, we would like to spend some time solely focusing on the latter.

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How We Embrace Automation

Who says software providers don’t have to worry about automation too? At Software Planet, we have often felt the need to turn our skills towards our own company to overcome any technical challenges and make our lives just a little bit easier. After all, how can we claim to stand for digital transformation if we ourselves are unwilling to evolve?

So read on to discover all about the exciting new ways in which automation technology is sweeping over our company — and make sure you’re taking notes, ‘cause this is gonna be good:

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Cherkasy: Where It All Began

On the western bank of the Dnieper River lies the beautiful city of Cherkasy, Ukraine. Seventeen years ago, at the start of the new millennium, seven visionary freelancers from the area came together to form what eventually became InterLink, Software Planet Group’s very first development centre in the country. Having observed the potential of the Java programming language, the young pioneers decided to invest their hours into learning the technology, as the industry possessed very few Java specialists at the time. As a result, they soon found themselves being flooded with requests to develop software solutions for American and Israeli firms.

Today, our development centre in Cherkasy employs more than 100 professionals split between two separate locations — each including departments of graphical design, quality assurance, technical support, HR and project management. While our main office concerns itself with enterprise development and serves major customers like Xerox and Nokia, our second building is devoted to smaller companies, including a range of Silicon Valley startups.

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