eCO, a digital scanning menu startup, has recently gone live on the Android operating system (OS), making it easier for people to order food, its co-founder Ngeth Sophat said.
Sophat said that eCO was published on Android OS on March 25 and is hoping it will be available on iOS later this month.
“It is complicated for most Android users to use their phone camera to scan QR codes. Most said their phone cannot scan QR codes at all,” Sophat told Kiripost. “Now, this should not be the issue anymore. eCO App has launched a new and interest feature called eCO Scan."
Sophat had the grand vision of transforming the country into a more digital community when ordering food when he co founded eCO in 2021.
“I feel self-confident and proud to be part of eCO App to build our communities to be digital and sustainable,” Sophat said.
eCO is a social commerce for self-orders, self-pickup, checkout delivery, call for orders, and chat messenger for orders.
Restaurant owners can also print an eCO QR code onto tables for consumers to scan when they enter the restaurant, meaning there is no need to provide a menu.
eCO earns a small fee per transaction from a business when a customer places an order for pick-up and delivery orders.