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GetQuick Offers iPhone Customers Mobile Restaurant Orders

GetQuik makes it easy for Apple iPhone users to place restaurant food orders On-The-Go GetQuik for iPhone provides superior order processing and friction-free transactions for mobile customers.

GetQuik, a provider of restaurant order automation technology and services unveiled GetQuik for iPhone, a mobile ordering web application for Apple iPhone users that allows customers to skip long restaurant lines by ordering their favorite food from their iPhone.

Registered GetQuik users can access the iPhone application at after logging into the iPhone web application a customer can view, select and order their preset menu favorites or meals. GetQuik allows customers to place orders from the web or on-the-go with an easy user interface that requires no program to download or install.

“We think the iPhone is an ideal mobile food ordering platform. Customers benefit from the speed and convenience of mobile ordering while restaurants benefit from shorter queues, decreased money handling expenses, and increased order volume and profitability. Our approach for our iPhone release is to have customers preset data entry intensive information such as credit card information, as well as add food customizations online at our web-site. We designed the iPhone web application with the goal of minimizing clicks and key-strokes to provide a fast and convenient ordering experience," - said Ken Ryu, GetQuik founder and CEO.

The GetQuik for iPhone service, which launched today as a public beta, operates on the iPhone’s Safari browser. After Apple releases its iPhone SDK to developers, GetQuik plans to update GetQuik for iPhone to operate as a native application. GetQuik also plans to provide customers the ability to search, view and order from a restaurant’s complete menu directly from their iPhone.

GetQuik for iPhone currently offers ordering from 150 Northern California restaurants in its network including San Francisco Bay Area regional chains such as Pizza My Heart, High Tech Burrito, Erik's DeliCafe and Una Mas. GetQuik plans to expand to other U.S. cities in 2008.

GetQuik first entered the mobile market in May 2007 with its J2ME and WAP applications for smart phones and mobile devices. With these applications, customers can register their restaurant favorites online and order on-the-go with a few clicks of their cell phone. GetQuik has seen rapid revenue growth within the last six months and is on track to surpass $1 million in transactions in 2008.