April 15, 2013 09:00 ET

iTendr for iPhones Outperforms Rival OpenTable Booking Large and Last Minute Restaurant Reservations for Corporate Clients

April 24 International Administrative Professionals Day and the app developers who serve them

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - April 15, 2013) - Canadian made iTendr for iPhones uses nimble mobile technology to move the needle of office efficiency by directly connecting executive assistants to dozens of dining room managers simultaneously, dramatically speeding the search for large and last minute restaurant reservations while providing restauranteurs low cost access to high value corporate clients.

Likened to 'OpenTable for the LinkedIn' iTendr is the market-maker for executive dining reservations.

iTendr for iPhones segregates the restaurant reservation market by consolidating corporate demand creating a cartel of lucrative dining tenders unveiled to restaurants who shift the burden of search from the executive assistants by actively prospecting for more corporate clients.

Fresh from pitching on Dragon's Den, iTendr for iPhones is bursting out of Beta on April 24th to coincide with International Administrative Professionals Day with a mission to save them time, money and frustration and maybe even wrestle some government and corporate dining out of generic, foreign-owned hotels and lure them into charming, locally-owned restaurants.

iTendr is a free iPhone app coming live to Vancouver and Toronto on April 24th. Bookers; who are executive assistants, event planners and hotel concierge enter their dining details confidentially and for free. Prospecting restaurants spend between $0.99 - $2.99 to connect to confirm their availability and actively capture more corporate clients.

"On the one hand you have generic, hotel standbys; though dull and expensive they're easy to book and on the other you have a rich tapestry of colourful, locally-owned dining options now made effortlessly accessible by mobile technology," evangelizes local economy advocate and iTendr Co-founder and CEO Patrick Malone.

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