On Tuesday, February 28th, Amazon Web Services (AWS) experienced a significant outage in their US East Data Center, located in Virginia. MobileBytes, like many other companies, did experience the effects of the AWS Simple Storage Service (S3) outage. How did we perform during and after the outage?
FbStart is designed to help app developers build and grow their business with free services, support and training. In addition, the program provides year-round opportunities to connect directly with Facebook for technical and professional mentorship. Facebook selects only the best apps with the most potential for growth into this distinguished program, a testament to the growth MobileBytes has seen in its restaurant POS software.
We are excited to announce scan for points, the long awaited update of our consumer loyalty app for iOS and Android, MobileBytes 2.0. This is a complete re-write and contains many new features which we believe will enhance the guest experience, increase the number of participating guests, and increase the frequency of guest visits.
When we set out to design an integrated online ordering platform for our restaurant partners, we had two primary design objectives. We needed a design that would provide end users the best possible, mobile optimized online ordering experience, while at the same time, offering the minimum possible setup and maintenance for restaurant management. Utilizing Google’s material design and modern cloud architecture, we were able to achieve our objectives.
MobileBytes is pleased to announce the release of Coconino, the third major revision of our backend admin website for MobileBytes POS. We are proud of our Arizona home and named our release after Coconino County, the largest Arizona county, second largest county in the United States, and home to some of the coolest places on earth including the Grand Canyon, the town of Sedona, and the Lowell Observatory.