Deliverect, a global scale-up that simplifies online ordering for more than 12,000 establishments across 30 markets, and Grubhub, a leading global online food delivery marketplace in the U.S., have partnered to streamline orders for hundreds of thousands of restaurants. Together, the partnership helps to improve order accuracy and operational efficiency, as well as save restaurant owners’ time.
The partnership allows orders made on Grubhub to integrate directly into a restaurant's POS (Point of Sale), collating all orders on one device. Restaurants on Grubhub will also be able to sync and manage menus directly from their POS.
“As Grubhub is a leading third-party delivery organization, we’re excited to be able to enable this integration for our customers. Giving restaurants easy tools to manage their menus, provide insights into best-performing dishes and reduce food waste, are important steps restaurants need to consider to meet consumer demand. With this integration, Grubhub’s restaurant partners can now also reap these benefits when including Deliverect in their tech stack,” said Zhong Xu, CEO of Deliverect.
“We hear from our restaurant partners that streamlining the ordering management process so that all orders flow through their POS is crucial for running an efficient operation, and we’re excited to partner with Deliverect to offer this integration to our restaurant partners,” says Steven Delzell, director, restaurant integration partnerships at Grubhub. “With a seamless online order management system, restaurant operators can spend more time preparing food and ultimately, delivering a better experience all around.”
Deliverect’s reliable solution offers the trust restaurants need in order to reach their customers and this partnership specifically enables existing Deliverect customers and prospects to increase their order volume without compromising efficiency.
“The integration of Grubhub and Deliverect has been working smoothly and wonderfully. I highly recommend this product as it saves a lot of our time manually typing orders. It also reduced our order error rate to zero,” says Jay Dai, Owner of Sumi Ramen, located in New Jersey.