Company plans to expand service to other areas

From right to left: Moheez Khan - Cyberfood, Doctor Mohammed Iqbal - BDA/operations manager Punjas, Majid Shahzad, managing director Cyberfood. Picture: SUPPLIED

WITH the aim to bring a new service to their customers, Cyberage introduced its new project focused on the food market.

Cyberage was founded by businessman Majid Shahzad in 2016 who then had the idea to tap into the food industry which led to the introduction of Cyberfood.

Cyberfood IT sales manager Moheez Muzammil Khan said they started their food delivery business in December last year where they delivered food ordered by customers from the various restaurants around Suva.

“Its similar to Uber where customers order for taxis — the only difference here is that people order their food and we deliver it to them.

“We only charge $10 for delivery and since December last year we gave received great feedback from our customers,” he said.

At the moment customers can go to their website — www.cyberfood.com.fj — to order for their service with plans in the pipeline for the launch of an app that will be used by customers to use the food deliver service.

“We have some restaurants that have been supportive of this project and our customers have been ordering from their through our website and we are optimistic of getting more restaurants online,” he said.

Mr Khan said their delivery service was for lunch and dinner orders which were delivered by bike and cars.

He said customers had the options to choose from various payment methods such as through their normal Visa/Master cards and M-PAiSA.

‘At the moment we have three riders who deliver food on bike and cars but as business grows we will recruit more people.”

The company has plans to expand the services to the Western Division.

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