Grubtech and Foodics partner to empower restaurants and cloud kitchens
Grubtech has partnered with Foodics, enabling its customer base of over 7000 restaurants to seamlessly integrate with a variety of food aggregators such as Talabat, Jahez, and Careem. The partnership will allow Grubtech’s customers to access an advanced restaurant point of sale. The integration will provide restaurants with the ability to centrally manage menus across all channels, and automatically receive orders from food aggregators directly into the Foodics POS, eliminating the need of dealing with a multitude of tablets from food aggregators, and manually punching in orders into the POS, allowing them to save time and effort while eradicating any errors and focusing on the main job at hand.
With the aim of helping restauranteurs maintain optimum restaurant service standards and provide a stellar customer experience, as part of this partnership, Grubtech will be offering preferential rates for existing Foodics customers.
Commenting on this partnership, Mohamed Al Fayed, Co-founder & CEO at Grubtech, said, “Reliance on online food ordering has accelerated in the last year and will continue to grow, bringing on a number of new challenges for restaurants, such as efficiently dealing with omni-channel food ordering, maximizing efficiency and reducing the time from order to doorbell.”
According to Statista, global revenues in the online food delivery segment is projected to reach $151.5 billion in 2021 and a recent report by Paytronix Systems Inc. titled “Delivering on Restaurant Rewards”, revealed that 92 percent of vaccinated customers plan to keep ordering online even after the Covid-19 pandemic ends. This is reaffirmed by Deloitte survey that states 40 percent of customers prefer to order online. More so, at quick-serve restaurants, when technology is used to place an order, the frequency of visit goes up 6 percent and spend per visit improves impressively by 26 percent.