One Hundred Shoreditch Boosts F&B Revenue with IRIS’ Digital Ordering Platform

Submitted Success Story

Since implementation, the IRIS mobile ordering app has enabled the busy hotel to take a more efficient, streamlined and integrated approach to managing orders and fulfilling guest requirements.

One Hundred Shoreditch, part of the international hotel group The Lore Group, has reported significant growth in F&B revenue and operational efficiencies since introducing IRIS’s F&B ordering platform to manage online orders and payments.

The IRIS digital platform was recently implemented in the hotel’s Lobby Bar to boost ancillary revenue, enrich the guest stay, and support growing guest numbers and order volumes. Guests and staff alike have been swift to adopt the new platform which now offers breakfasts to satisfy guest demand at this time of day.

Located in the heart of East London, UK, a hub of businesses and culture, One Hundred Shoreditch offers 258 bedrooms and suites alongside a variety of places to eat and drink including the Seed Library, a rooftop bar and terrace, a coffee shop, and a lobby bar. The Lobby Bar is a relaxing space offering a choice of coffees, beers and cocktails alongside pizzas, burgers and bar snacks.

Since implementation, the IRIS mobile ordering app has enabled the busy hotel to take a more efficient, streamlined and integrated approach to managing orders and fulfilling guest requirements.

Gavin Allison, Regional Director of IT, One Hundred Shoreditch comments, “We have seen a marked shift in demand for mobile ordering and the expectation from our guests that we can and should offer a digital, self-service function. Guests recognise that it can enhance their stay, whether that be a quick coffee, cocktail or a longer meal. Many guests now like to be in control of what and when they order and likewise how they pay.

Since implementing IRIS’ online F&B ordering, we’ve seen an increase in guest usage as guests frequently open a tab online for the duration of their stay which typically bolsters their average spend.

Like many other operators across the industry staffing has been a challenge so we have to find new solutions to enable us to deliver a positive guest experience, without compromising on operations and service.

We’re looking forward to extending the platform to other outlets throughout the hotel to maximise revenue further.”

Often with large footfall throughout the day, having the capability and platforms in place to fulfil a large volume of orders was critical to enabling the hotel to drive revenue and boost guest loyalty.

The hotel’s F&B team are now empowered to process more orders and covers without overstretching their existing team. As orders go direct to the kitchen, customer wait times are reduced, mistakes are minimised, and guest expectations are exceeded. The hotel benefits from more streamlined operations and the capability to manage orders and turn tables at a faster rate to drive more revenue.

Additionally, IRIS’s seamless payment integration with Stripe enables guests to retrieve their bill and pay for their items directly via the app. As a result, guests can pay more quickly and efficiently at the end of their meal without having to wait for a member of staff.

Graham Rushin, VP Sales and Marketing at IRIS, comments: “Mobile for many operators now has a critical role to play in day-to-day operations and has swiftly proved itself to be an important ally in enabling operators and staff to fulfil their roles on a daily basis.

Many guests expect a mobile ordering experience. For many of our clients, therefore, one of the key benefits of the IRIS platform is its scalability and we look forward to working with the team at One Hundred Shoreditch as they look to extend their mobile ordering service further and enable them to realise their operational and revenue ambitions.”

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