Sodexo has announced the launch of a new mobile app that will provide several expanded features to customers.
Named Everyday, the app will offer mobile and kiosk ordering, digital wallet personalization, scan-and-go capabilities and delivery. The app is integrated with EAT>Now autonomous grocery stores and can also pair with third-party delivery services, such as Kiwi and Uber.
“Not only is Everyday fast and easy to use but it’s comprehensive, allowing guests to view menus and nutritional information, earn rewards and more,” Sarosh Mistry, Sodexo's region chair for North America, said in a statement. “Everyday is just the next step in the digital innovation for Sodexo, which includes check-out free stores, autonomous delivery and robotic meal preparation in vending-style machines.”
The app is due to launch in the college segment this fall, followed later in the year by the other segments Sodexo serves.
News of the app’s launch comes shortly after the foodservice management company announced it had acquired vending and micromarket company VendEdge.