Syrve, a company that provides food tech solutions for restaurant automation, has announced the establishment of an Egypt office in Cairo, the country’s capital. The move comes as the company looks to expand its services throughout the country.
“We are thrilled to be establishing our presence in Egypt and bringing our innovative food tech solutions to the country,” said Alexander Ponomarev, Syrve MENA CEO. “After several rounds of research within the MENA region, we have found that Egypt is hungry for tech, with a demand for education in terms of restaurant management.”
Ponomarev added that the company plans to apply its experience in the restaurant business to introduce best practices, implementation procedures, and training protocols in Egypt. “The Syrve team is trying to be as advanced as possible, since in our opinion the country is craving for tech—the full scope of our solutions is going to be in place,” he said.
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Syrve’s software solutions are expected to include FaceID, AI Forecasting, and a powerful Application Program Interface (API). The company’s API is going to be used extensively to integrate with local solutions and providers in Egypt that have already gained a place in their markets and are used by thousands of people.
In addition to providing technological solutions and POS-systems, Syrve will offer implementation procedures and training for restaurants’ teams in order to help food services integrate innovative technologies into their daily work routines and ensure employees are properly prepared to use the equipment.