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Boston College joins ten other summer installs for CBORD's Webfood

Chris Corum   ||   Jul 19, 2006  ||   ,

Ten campuses had already purchased the Webfood online dining solution from CBORD this summer, and now add Boston College to the list. The campus will use it to enable online ordering of meals for pickup and delivery and facilitate card-based payments using their CS Gold card system.

Boston College purchases Webfood®

Ithaca, NY—The CBORD Group, Inc. today announced that Boston College (Chestnut Hill, MA) has purchased Webfood®, the company’s online ordering system. The school plans to install the system later this month.

Using Webfood, Boston College faculty and staff members can view the campus’s “Eagle Express” online catering menu and place orders for both pickup and delivery. Patrons can also pay online using CBORD’s CS Gold® system.

Webfood will later be expanded to serve Boston College’s luxury box owners at Alumni Stadium, as well as BC’s Residential Assistants, who can use the system to order food for floor parties and other social activities.

The University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Maryland, University at Albany, University of Connecticut, East Carolina University, University of San Francisco, Western Washington University, Old Dominion University, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Johns Hopkins University have all purchased Webfood this summer as well—showing strong support for the system in the college and university market.

“We are very happy to see these institutions join the Webfood family,” said Peter Krebs, Webfood Product Manager at CBORD. He added, “Boston College’s innovative use of Webfood is a great example of how our customers work with CBORD to expand and improve our products.”

About The CBORD Group

The CBORD Group serves healthcare facilities, colleges and universities, corporations, chain restaurants, supermarkets, and a host of other market segments. CBORD’s products are used in foodservice, catering, nutrition services, campus ID card privilege control, access control and electronic security, housing services, cashless dining, online ordering, and other institution-wide activities. CBORD products and services are used by more than 5,000 organizations in the US, Canada, Europe, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, and the Middle East.

The CBORD Group was founded in 1975. Today it employs more than 450 professionals. To learn more about CBORD or CBORD’s Webfood solution, visit us at or

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