Foodtech entrepreneurs and businesses are developing new standards, developing sustainable food markets, and synthesising food in novel ways. The demand to digitise physical venues and offer substitute online alternatives is high among restaurant owners, chefs, and other food enthusiasts in order to create a connected experience to their audience and consumers. All processes, including payments, ordering, delivery, kitchen operations, and staffing, can be automated by software and moved online. Technology and online platforms increase convenience and choice. The boundaries caused by different time zones, languages, availability, accessibility, and delivery are removed through digitising the consumer experience. By planning and creating, Backup Infotech assists companies in giving their customers the experience they want. Backup Infotech specialises in automating inventory replenishment and product shelf life, meal last-mile deliveries and tracking, social networking for guided cooking, personalised nutrition, aggregation, promotions, and other areas of the food industry. These services cater to both consumer-facing and B2B markets. 1 Dine-in : Creating cooperative analytics systems to obtain knowledge about the complete customer experience, enabling them to start their own customised customer journeys. BigData and AI are used in this process to enable predictions, patterns, analytics, and data visualisation for the purpose of developing well-informed decision-making processes. Our data analytics solutions are very helpful to the sourcing and procurement industries since they can decode inventory based on a variety of parameters. 2 Deliveries and aggregators: Online grocery and food ordering has become standard in the post-pandemic world. Covid has expanded the usage of delivery services, and restaurants are increasingly virtual with the rise of cloud kitchens. In our application, convenience is crucial, and this is made possible by the power of mobile technology, which guarantees flawless P2P deliveries. 3 Food Chain Supply: The areas of manufacturing, distribution, food packing, and agriculture have all advanced greatly as a result of automation or RPA, allowing for mass production. Traceability, just-in-time inventory management, health and safety requirements, and a focus on a sustainable economy for the food industry are what motivate more cloud-based technologies to optimise the flow of units. 4 Diet Analysis: Individualized meal planning are required by the rising dietary and nutrient consciousness. In order to provide effective feedback and individualised diet plans, nutritionists, dieticians, fitness coaches, and other professionals combine consultation with meal analysis, tracking each client’s activity. They also create a central database of information about allergies, food nutrition, recipe costs, ingredients, and other topics, using AI-powered systems to provide seamless experiences.