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Allow customers to order using the most popular messaging App in the world.
Whatsapp + Ordering
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More Ordering Options for your Customers.

Over 2 billion WhatsApp users around the globe, 96 million times in February 2020.

WhatsApp is available in more than 180 countries and 60 different languages.


Supports any kind of Product Or Service.

With this brand new high technology, you’ll be able to show off your products in a fancy way, imagine telling the final consumer that they can order within a few words over an app that they use a lot of hours a day.

Test this live! ✅
1.- Click this button and go to the Whatsapp app.
2.- When the bot asks you if you want to order the same, please you say "Yes", and then continue with the order.
3.- Finish and view your order in our demo as a superadmin.

Ordering Editor

Password: super


How does this work?

We connect 3 Apps that will do all the process required for your customers to get the Ordering Platform information and Whatsapp to create orders.

This technology is made with integration between Twilio, Whatsapp, and Ordering.

Integrations twillio ordering whatsapp

Engaging Customer Messaging Experience

User Enhanced Communications:

· Trustworthy BOT will send messages according to questions.
· Near Places or Popular products recommendations.
· Send Images of products for better understanding.
· Share location of nearby businesses.
· Order Done in just a few messages.
· Update Notifications in real time using Whatsapp.


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Or Integrate it yourself
Look at Twilio documentation and learn how to do it yourself.

Read Twilio & Whatsapp Documentation.

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