Buffalo, New York (WKBW) – For WNYers by WNYers. As many restaurants focused on the county, two buffalo merchants launched an app designed to keep money in the hands of business owners.
“It is revolutionary. I think it will be a tool that everyone will want to use in the future, ”said Jimmy Butera, owner of Butterra Crafts and Craft Pizza in Hamburg.
In the restaurant industry, there is a web application called Appetit, developed by two local men.
“We saw a certain interest in Appetit and SLA Solutions president and president of SLA Solutions. We could not help but see that our friends in this industry were suffering.
Hell and Steve Ambrose came together to create a zero commission commissioning app designed to keep money in the hands of restaurant owners.
“That could mean thousands – they could save thousands of dollars a month for some national organizations,” he said.
It costs $ 99 a month to use. There are currently 52 restaurants on board. There are no local chains, including Tapo, Colter Bay, Sisman Beer and Butterra.
“What they are doing is amazing for the community. I can tell by the way he conveniently carries food to North Buffalo or Orcard Park that he has arrived.
Not just restaurants – they work with grocery stores, liquor stores, bakeries and more. And they need supply drivers and businesses to join them.
“Help us find our restaurants locally. If they plan to go abroad, we will ask. Maybe they will consider ordering us,” said Ambros.