Storific has created a free mobile phone app that lets people order and pay for food and skip the lines at a restaurant.
The M2M Conference, sponsored by AT&T, lets startups pitch their technology to AT&T executives and audience members. More than 100 people attended the conference which featured 15 teams pitching their technology.
“As the winner of the Audience Choice Award, Storific received $5,000, a Samsung tablet and a future partnership with AT&T and Samsung,” according to a news release.
“We are in collaboration with AT&T and Samsung to help small businesses across America leverage the power of mobile,” Co-founder Zachary Stovall of Storific said in a news release. “Stores need a tablet with Internet to accept Storific mobile orders. This partnership will accomplish that by helping us equip small businesses with Internet-enabled tablets powered by AT&T and Samsung.”
Storific is based at Geekdom in downtown San Antonio.