The food delivery market is worth over $35 billion per year in the US, and that figure keeps growing.
The vast majority of food delivery currently takes place in traditional brick and mortar restaurants, but these locations are not optimized for delivery. Today, online delivery is a high priced luxury product with a very poor experience.
Restaurants are not built for the delivery experience
Managing multiple tablets, manually entering orders into your POS, while constantly optimizing your front of house workflow accounts for lost revenue and an inefficient workforce.
More channels requires constant consolidation of reports from multiple platforms. Which creates reconciling and an auditing nightmare.
Decreasing Brand Value
Kitchens are built to support table capacity, forcing food operators to compromise on both the dine-in and delivery experience.