Online booking

I've built an online booking system on Seddon Hypnotherapy Centre

I've also built one on My example cafe, which is an example website for any cafe or restaurant. It can be tailored to suit however big or small your cafe is.

The administrator side of the website allows owners to build their seating arrangements online. You place tables where you want them and specify the maximum number of people the table can hold.

There is also a facility to split the table if that is physically possible.

You can also build and display your menu online.

Welcome to the menu ordering revolution that you and your customers have been waiting for. will change the way your customers order from you; and will change the way you do business. It’s not just the large American coffee chains that can afford state-of-the-art mobile app technology anymore. levels the playing field and brings you the same technology that powers the biggest name multi nationals and delivers it locally in an affordable package for cafes of every size and location.Your customers will love the ease and convenience of using your beautiful app to buy their coffee and treats from your cafe.

They’ll also love saving time by ordering their coffee ahead and picking it up when its ready. They avoid the double wait… first to place their order and pay, and wait again for it to be made.


Your staff will be happier and more productive, because everyone’s custom order is right there on the screen. They can keep churning out the orders without having to stop to serve customers. Great for peak times. With greater productivity, comes reduced costs and increased revenue. Like the sound of that?

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