Modern e-commerce platform for some of the world's largest restaurant chains.
With ample volume, Yum recognized the value in replacing their existing third party ordering service with an in-house e-commerce system.
Bitovi was put to the test with looming challenges like product roadmapping, architecture, and staffing for such a large platform.
Continue reading to learn how Bitovi was able to deliver on process, design, and execution.
Bitovi first engaged with Yum (previously Quick Order) back in 2018 when we built some React applications for them.
With a glowing past engagement, Yum reached out to Bitovi to consult on many roles such as:
Bitovi consulted on many roles from leadership to development.
Bitovi assisted in creating the team required to execute, and grew the technical team from 5 up past 60 members.
Many tough architectural challenges were met head on during the design and implementation of a PKCE OAuth 2.0 secured microservice environment with more than 8 services, and a mix of queues & databases.