Garlo’s new phone App makes ordering easy as pie
Australian pie maker Garlo’s Pies have launched an iPhone and Android phone app, which it says will “make ordering a breeze” for its office and wholesale customers.
The App, which is free to download, can be used by schools, cafes, lunch trucks and other small- to medium-sized retail outlets to have Garlo’s Pies delivered. Garlo’s Pies said it trialled the App in offices.
“Offices supplying staff with lunch also benefit,” said Sean Garlick, Managing Director Garlo’s Pies. “With the App, it is even easier for workplaces to provide staff with a tasty lunch for less than $5. We deliver the pies cold, so they can sit in the fridge or freezer until the office is ready to eat,” he said.
After downloading, users of the App will need to log in to make orders. Each order is saved so the process is quicker the next time an order is placed.
Garlo’s Pies are stocked in Coles and IGA supermarkets across New South Wales, but the Company said the delivery option is being used more and more by offices and businesses.
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