[India], June 27 (ANI): Food ordering app Zomato has announced the launch of its platform across 25 new cities in India, including Trivandrum, Vijayawada, Raipur, Madurai, Jodhpur, Thrissur, Ajmer amongst others.
With this move, Zomato is now present across 63 cities in India, with further plans to launch in multiple new cities every month.
As a leading global restaurant discovery, food ordering and table reservations platform, Zomato has been strengthening its core offering to accelerate the growth of its business.
The company is focused on experimenting with products that solve for affordability, accessibility, assortment and quality of food for the users. These initiatives will not only benefit the users but are also aimed at supporting and growing the restaurant industry at a faster pace than before.
"India continues to be our highest priority market and we will continue to expand and build further depth within the country. We are doing everything to take Zomato to more cities - to enable the growth of the restaurant industry and help our audience make better food choices," said Global Head - Listings Business, Zomato, Oytun Calapover.
"We already have a strong restaurant search & discovery platform, food ordering, table reservations and loyalty programs on our platform; and will continue to build more use cases for our users as well as partners," said Chief Operating Officer - Zomato, Gaurav Gupta.
Every month, over 19 million users in India use Zomato to make informed food choices. Zomato processes more than 10.5 million orders a month and also seats more than a million diners through its table reservations platform. Zomato Gold is arguably one of the fastest premium membership programs in the country and has well over 400,000 subscribers.
Globally, Zomato is present in 24 countries and serves more than 50 million users every month. It offers users an exhaustive list of over a million restaurants with rich up-to-date information such as menus and photos, user reviews and ratings, social recommendations, collections, and editorial video reviews. (ANI)