WishADish – Delhi-based restaurant management platform raised INR 60 Lakhs

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Delhi-based WishADish, a restaurant management platform that facilitates cloud-based POS billing, inventory management, CRM, third-party management and marketing management – today raised INR 60,00,000 (around $84K) from a group of angel investors having portfolios in varied industries including cosmetics, apparel and real estate.

The startup is a unit of BBSJ Management Services Pvt Limited, launched by the two young entrepreneurs Bhavya Bhambani and Sawan Kumar in August 2019 under the guidance of a few experienced mentors and within one month of the launch, they sold their first unit.

WishADish will deploy the funds to expand its footprints to tier 2 & tier 3 cities in India, starting from Bihar and Orissa by 2020 – considering the importance of replacing the traditional technology with the modern and innovative one. The founders believe that their solution is really easy to grasp, plus the transition from the traditional technology to the new will be smooth and cost-saving.

“With the funds coming in, the fund raised will be utilised for hiring strong sales force across India. We plan to grow to more than 50 sales force including in-house sales team, outsourced sales hackers and channel partners. We plan to target 1200 closures in 2020 thus adding more than 400 F&B clients in the next 6 months.” said Sawan Kumar, Co-founder, WishADish to LAFFAZ

WishADish claims to be the only platform that offers flexible payment structure - 'PAY AS YOU BILL', out of the box features which Indianrestropreneurs will experience for the first time

WishADish claims to be the only platform that offers flexible payment structure – ‘PAY AS YOU BILL’, out of the box features which Indian restropreneurs will experience for the first time, a complete end-to-end solution with a major focus on providing the best after-sales services. WishADish promises a response time of a maximum of 1 hour, which is the quickest in the market at present.


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