QR Code Menus are all the rage right now, and might even be here to stay.
Typically these are QR codes that, when scanned, take you to a PDF of the menu, which is great, but isn’t this an opportunity to capture a captivated audience?
That being the case, don’t get us wrong, there is definitely a purpose being served here (pun intended), but
One thing a QR Code Menu can’t do is turn scanning a QR code into an opportunity to connect with your customer.
Introducing Maxogram Activated QR Menus – one of many revolutions in the way QR codes are used.
But don’t people need the Maxogram app?
No. Because it’s QR code-based, any iOS or Android smartphone can read the QR code using the native camera app. It’s the destination that makes all the difference. However, because it is a Maxogram Activated QR Menu, if they do get the Maxogram app (which they are prompted to do after scanning the QR code the traditional way), the next time they scan a QR code using Maxogram, they get the enhanced experience. In this way, the ones who want the app can get it and the ones who don’t, don’t have to, and they aren’t left out.
A demonstration of this in action is now being developed, but in the meantime, if you would like to explore this concept for your establishment, reach out.