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One Stop Shopping App For Kabul Customers

The developers of the software program have signed up 30 shops and restaurants and will deliver their goods to customers.

A small business has developed a marketing software program to help supermarkets, restaurants and other businesses in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul.

The “ZOOTZOOT”, Fast Fast, app enables users to order food and other goods by using the facility. Their orders are then delivered to their homes.

The developers of the software program have so far signed agreements with more than 30 restaurants and supermarkets.

Asrar Karimzai, a developer of the software, said it can be used on smartphones.

“We can download the ZOOTZOOT application. We have stores and restaurants registered on it. Customers can select their order and the ZOOTZOOT employees will deliver their order within 30 minutes,” he said.

The software users find their favorite goods or food on the registered websites and then the workers of the ZOOTZOOT company deliver their orders by charging the customers 20 AFs for every kilometer.

Employees of the company said they will be able to hire 300 people within the next two years if they are supported.

“We worked for two years and made the application to provide a facility to the people,” said Esmat Ayub, operation officer of the company.

Meanwhile, restaurant owners said they are happy about the website.

“By registering in this software, we can provide better services to our customers,” said Mohammad Rahim, employee of Slice Bakery Restaurant in Kabul.

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One Stop Shopping App For Kabul Customers

The developers of the software program have signed up 30 shops and restaurants and will deliver their goods to customers.

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A small business has developed a marketing software program to help supermarkets, restaurants and other businesses in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul.

The “ZOOTZOOT”, Fast Fast, app enables users to order food and other goods by using the facility. Their orders are then delivered to their homes.

The developers of the software program have so far signed agreements with more than 30 restaurants and supermarkets.

Asrar Karimzai, a developer of the software, said it can be used on smartphones.

“We can download the ZOOTZOOT application. We have stores and restaurants registered on it. Customers can select their order and the ZOOTZOOT employees will deliver their order within 30 minutes,” he said.

The software users find their favorite goods or food on the registered websites and then the workers of the ZOOTZOOT company deliver their orders by charging the customers 20 AFs for every kilometer.

Employees of the company said they will be able to hire 300 people within the next two years if they are supported.

“We worked for two years and made the application to provide a facility to the people,” said Esmat Ayub, operation officer of the company.

Meanwhile, restaurant owners said they are happy about the website.

“By registering in this software, we can provide better services to our customers,” said Mohammad Rahim, employee of Slice Bakery Restaurant in Kabul.

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