Pancheros Mexican Grill Introduces Delivery

    Industry News | May 14, 2019

    Pancheros Mexican Grill launched a new delivery service bringing burritos directly to the doors of its loyal guests.

    As online ordering and delivery reshape the restaurant industry, Pancheros is introducing delivery on the Pancheros App with online food ordering solution, Olo. Utilizing Olo’s Dispatch service, Pancheros will offer delivery at scale with leading delivery service providers, such as DoorDash and Postmates.

    Guests will order on the Pancheros App, selecting delivery rather than pick-up at the end of the ordering process. Orders will then be picked-up in store by third-party delivery service providers before reaching Pancheros guests.

    “Being accessible to the greatest amount of people has always been one of our top priorities,” says Rodney Anderson, founder and CEO of Pancheros. “With our new delivery capabilities, we are getting our product to guests for a new occasion. Expanding our delivery efforts is a natural next step to remain relevant in the restaurant industry. After seeing such positive results in our initial tests, we’re confident this will be a big win for our restaurants, franchisees, and guests.”

    Pancheros launched the delivery capability through a partnership with Olo, an on-demand interface platform that simplifies online ordering for restaurant operations and guests. Olo is helping the restaurant industry embrace digital hospitality while building on their existing systems. The systemwide delivery service launch includes all Pancheros locations within markets currently supported by the ordering platform.

     “We’re thrilled to work with the Pancheros team as they expand their digital footprint to serve more on-demand guests,” adds Noah Glass, founder and CEO of Olo. “Delivery is a fast-growing segment in the restaurant industry and we are proud to play a role in helping Pancheros operationalize this burgeoning channel.” 

    While integrating delivery capability into operations, Pancheros will continue on its pursuit to deliver the perfect burrito experience. Dating back to 1992, when founder Rodney Anderson opened the doors to his first restaurant in downtown Iowa City, Iowa, the brand has grown into 13 states with approximately 70 locations and counting. 

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