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Have food on the table upon your arrival and get cash back as a customer; increase your capacity by 67% without cost as a restaurant.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Ann Arbor, MI, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 5

Company Summary

Yumney provides streamlined business model for restaurant industry operations and marketing. Our online restaurant ordering and processing system reduces cycle time by 40% and increase capacity by 67% at no extract cost to clients. Our mobile application for diners allows them to be served upon arrival at restaurants and guaranteeing customers rebates.


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    Ichihan Tai
    Chief Business Manager

    At Ford Motor Company, I led a team project to create a compliance system that assess and monitor 35 global plants to quantify product compatibility and plant flexibility, and to generate quantitative solutions to address investment efficiency and product launch issues reduction.
    Additionally, I have experience working as a rates trader at JPMorgan Securities in Japan and served as a chief operating officer at my own healthcare start-up company.

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    Zhongshu Jin
    Chief Mobile Technology Manager

    As a product developer at a start-up, I made the product achieve the same functionality with much simpler and more intuitive solutions which contributed to user experience improvements.
    Also in a three month period this summer, I took charge of a technical research under Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. I designed and implemented software that allows anyone to build simple applications without writing any code.

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    Shibo Fang
    Chief Database Manager

    I have interned at JP Morgan Chase & Co. as a technology analyst, under which role I implemented a web interface to simplify the complicated process of running scripts with a terminal-based system.
    I am also an undergraduate researcher at the University of Houston's Department of Computer Science, where I disproved my mentor professor's thesis on the number of moves it takes to solve a Towers of Hanoi problem in graph form.