Royal Farms picks Mindgrub to develop new mobile app - Technical.ly Baltimore

Dev

Sep. 20, 2017 8:05 am

Royal Farms picks Mindgrub to develop new mobile app

“A solid mobile app is another good reason, besides chicken, to choose Royal Farms,” said RoFo's IT Director.

It's chicken (and app development) time.

(Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Idawriter, used under a Creative Commons license)

Royal Farms customers recently showed some pride when Food & Wine listed the convenience store chain among the best gas station food in the country. Now they will be able to show their loyalty with a new app.

Baltimore-based RoFo chose Locust Point–based Mindgrub to develop the iOs and Android app, which is set to launch in 2018. The loyalty system will allow customers to track points that can be used toward purchasing more products at Royal Farms. Mobile ordering is also in the works, according to a statement from Royal Farms Director of Information Technology Scott Smith. Plus, there will be “enticing” pictures of chicken.

Smith said that feedback indicated a better mobile app would enhance the customer experience.

“With this partnership, we are really getting the quality we need to scale and grow our digital offerings. A solid mobile app is another good reason, besides chicken, to choose Royal Farms,” Smith said.

-30-
JOIN THE COMMUNITY, BECOME A MEMBER
Already a member? Sign in here

Advertisement

emocha awarded $1M grant to take a closer look at its technology as it grows

This startup supplies the words to make a photo post-worthy

How thinking smaller led to big growth for a Maryland boxed water startup

SPONSORED

Baltimore

Win up to $360,000 for your startup at the WeWork Creator Awards

Baltimore

FX Well

B2B Business Development Manager

Apply Now
Baltimore, MD

SmartLogic

Content and Digital Marketing Manager

Apply Now
Baltimore, MD

Emerging Technology Centers

Assistant Director

Apply Now

Use this app to report dolphin sightings in the Chesapeake Bay

FISH Project offers lab-grown seafood as healthy option

Amazon expands Whole Foods delivery to Baltimore

SPONSORED

Baltimore

How Think|Stack and Year Up are cultivating local tech talent

Baltimore

FX Well

Mobile Software Developer

Apply Now
Baltimore

Terbium Labs

DevOps Engineer

Apply Now
Baltimore

Terbium Labs

Account Executive

Apply Now

Sign-up for daily news updates from Technical.ly

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!