Korean startup YCONS Lab Ltd. has developed a unique app ‘Yammi’ that helps the student community utilize their cafeteria times more productively by wasting less time in queues for getting food or refreshments. Cafeterias in universities, schools, and colleges are usually the most crowded spaces, and most students share lunch hours, which means they have to face long queues for food. With the Yammi app, students can pre-order their meals and avoid crowded cafeterias.
Avoid long queues for food; simply reserve on the app.
The name Yammi has been derived from the English word for delicious food ‘Yummy’ and designed to help its users get a delightful experience ordering food. Yammi app is a reservation app, which is easy to use with the user simply scheduling the timing one wants to have a meal, finding a relaxed restaurant space without waiting time, look at the menu and order the meal. The app notifies the cooking time for each menu so that the user can receive the ordered food at any time without delay. Payments can be made through the app, and also has a feature for ‘Dutch’ payment, wherein a multiple-user order, a single user, can pay off his share for the meal.
Yammi App is currently working with 408 universities nationwide and 3.5 million college students to deal with the meal-hour problems they face every day. YCONS Lab, the startup that has developed the app, aims to provide students’ valuable mealtime between classes without any waste.
Working to solve real-field problems
YCONS Lab Ltd. is a startup founded through the EMBA Action Learning Project of Yonsei University Graduate School of Business Administration in 2018. The startup is formed by members who are experts in technology and engineering. The company’s vision is to develop solutions that improve
real field problems by integrating 4th industrial technologies such as big data, Artificial Intelligence, and blockchain-based technology and long field experience.
YCONS Lab has signed a mutual agreement with Yonsei University Life Cooperative Association and is jointly conducting various projects to improve the consumer life and welfare of members, including students and faculty members. The startup wants to expand its unique service to more domestic universities, companies, commercial areas, and local governments and overseas.
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