Making It Work: Three-in-one solution to pub and restaurant bookings
Atlacarte allows customers to pre-book and pay for food and drinks before visiting establishments around the country
A new chat-based app has launched in the Irish market, allowing people to pre-book and pay for food and drinks before visiting pubs and restaurants around the country.
Atlacarte is the brainchild of Onur Simsek, who began to develop the app four years ago after moving to Ireland to work in sales for Oracle in Dublin.
The Dutch-born entrepreneur describes Atlacarte as a “three-in-one” solution that allows people to view food and drink menus before...
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