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Foodfox was envisioned as a service to deliver fast food delivery from local restaurants. It functioned as a site and as apps for iOS and Android. The beta version was launched at the end of 2015. In April 2016 the service was launched officially. Later it would transform into Yandex.Eats, Russia’s leading food delivery service.
The Evercode Lab team focused on:
The solution interface was intended to be extremely convenient and very concise. The main page makes it possible for its users to enter their delivery address and click ‘Find food’. On top of that, registered users can save their addresses, so they do not need to enter them every time they use the app.
After that, users see a list of available restaurants near their location. Each of them has several parameters: their name, cuisine, price level, delivery time estimate, and distance from your location. The next step is to proceed to a restaurant’s page where they can select dishes and make an order. The only thing left is to wait for the delivery, receive the order, and finally enjoy a delicious dish.
We called Roman and Evercode Lab at the earliest stage of the Foodfox development process. The Evercode Lab team helped us with the development of the first API version for mobile applications, the administrator interface, and a portion of the Front-end. Roman and the entire team were always ready to share their experience and vision, give us their feedback, and add extra value to the product.
All organizational issues were resolved easily. Whenever there were any problems, Evercode Lab did its best to solve them quickly and painlessly.
– Maxim Firsov, CEO at Foodfox (now Yandex.Eats)."
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