New Sprink app will cater to hungry corporate employees 

The B2B Sprink app will help admins and facility managers provide personalized daily eating options to their employees.

Subscription-based food tech company Sprink has launched its flagship B2B Sprink Partner app., which will help admins and facility managers avail and manage daily meal requirements of corporate employees.

Sprink has a vast clientele that includes corporate giants like capgemini, accenture, carl zeiss, commonwealth bank of australia, autumnwood, and helloworld.
Sprink has a vast clientele that includes corporate giants like Capgemini, Accenture, Carl Zeiss, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Autumnwood, and Helloworld.

With working professionals back to office, getting food on time and on budget has been a real struggle.

Today, sprink.online is serving a few lakhs of meals per month across Bangalore to offices and homes. Sprink offers daily meal subscription services to corporate offices, factories, businesses, hospitals, hostels and has a growing number of subscribers who demand quality food at their disposal every day. The platform has a vast clientele that includes corporate giants like Capgemini, Accenture, Mu-sigma, Carl Zeiss, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Autumnwood, and Helloworld.

The app enables admins and facility managers to avail and manage daily meal requirements without worrying about daily counts or feedback collection as the app allows end users (employees/residents) to view menu, pause/unpause delivery on any given day or even swap dishes with something of their liking. It is the solution to enable food services at the site without collecting orders or payment or preparing food. 

All meals from Sprink are hygenically prepared in an audited facility that is owned by Sprink and guarantees the health of the food. It also frees the admins from the hassles of conducting mutiple kitchen audits with multiple food vendors.

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