Streamplate Kicks Off
Following the Limited Release launch earlier, Streamplate has begun consolidating its technical framework to support a public release in June. It’s important to remember that Streamplate doesn’t serve food — it serves choice.
When a user opens Streamplate to order, our first consideration is what they are looking for. This means interpreting their social and environmental context in real-time to best gauge any potential impressions that may be affecting their mindset. Programatically implementing this is a complex and lengthy task — one that also overflows into many other domains such as maths and hardware.
Fortunately, Streamplate has been able to attract high-quality mathematicians and programmers: Zac Sanchez, James Moessis, Tiaan Stals and Keegan Gregory (so far). In the near-future Streamplate’s following goals are:
- Stabilise codebase for public launch,
- On-board merchants,
- Complete seed-financing round,
- Move into office space.
Fortunately we’ve been receiving considerable interest from potential investors and so the next few months have become even more exciting. A lot of kinetic energy is beginning to emerge. To help us further increase our velocity, we’re looking for a Partnerships & Merchant Analyst.
Streamplate wants to be the last-food ordering app — because we redefine what that exactly means. To help us bring forward this reality, a Partnerships & Merchant Analyst will be responsible for scouting, on-boarding and supporting venues as they use Streamplate. We’re not looking for salespeople that describe acquisitions as just an ‘art’. As always, we’re looking for data-driven, strategic-minded individuals that are looking to leave a mark.
Send through a message to bryan@streamplate if you’re interested.
Thanks for reading!