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Taco Bell® Go Mobile Celebrates Grand Opening in Las Vegas on July 18
Diversified Restaurant Group (DRG), a multi-brand quick-service restaurant franchisee, is opening the first Taco Bell Go Mobile on the West coast. It's the first Taco Bell location of its kind to have two drive-thru lanes, with one fully dedicated to accommodating mobile orders and delivery drivers. The new design makes it an easy and convenient experience for customers who've ordered ahead online. The Las Vegas Taco Bell Go Mobile is located at 2224 E. Craig Rd., North Las Vegas...
GrubMarket Releases Standalone Mobile Ordering Apps for Food Wholesalers and Distributors
GrubMarket, a prominent software technology enabler for the food supply chain industry, today announced the release of custom mobile ordering apps, further extending its eCommerce offerings for suppliers. The apps can function as standalone products or integrate with GrubMarket's innovative and proprietary WholesaleWare software platform, which offers an end-to-end solution for food wholesalers and distributors to manage their entire business digitally. Integrations with other commercial software systems are also available.
The new apps offer a convenient and user-friendly mobile solution for suppliers to streamline their businesses...
Grubhub Launches Pay Card for Corporate Clients to Enhance Order Flexibility
Grubhub, a leading U.S. food-ordering and delivery marketplace, today announced it will be offering a corporate pay card to help drive orders to local restaurants and increase order flexibility for in-office and at-home employees. The new Grubhub Pay Card will allow employees working for companies that have a Grubhub Corporate Account to order on and off the Grubhub Marketplace with their allocated line of credit, meaning they can use it at any restaurant that takes debit and credit card payment.
With a Grubhub Corporate Account...
Wix Partners with DoorDash to Launch On-Demand Delivery for Restaurants
Wix.com Ltd., a leading global SaaS platform to create, manage and grow an online presence, today announced a partnership with DoorDash Drive, DoorDash's white-label fulfillment platform that powers direct delivery for any business, to integrate with Wix Restaurants. The integration provides restaurant owners using Wix Restaurants access to an expansive delivery fleet.
Businesses built on Wix Restaurants can now fulfill delivery orders made directly on their website, their Dine App and their fully Branded App through DoorDash Drive. With this new delivery option, DoorDash Drive can provide...
The Pandemic has Permanently Altered the Consumer-Restaurant Relationship, TD Bank Survey Finds
The pandemic has permanently altered the consumer-restaurant relationship with operators investing in technology and real estate to align with changing consumer preferences, according to the 2021 Restaurant Franchise Pulse survey, conducted by TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank®.
Early in the pandemic, 72% of operators invested in delivery and mobile/online ordering to boost revenue during mandated stay-at-home orders according to TD's 2020 survey, and it appears the popularity of these offerings is here to stay.
Investment in delivery and mobile ordering pays...
People Love New Food Ordering and Pick-Up Tech, but it's Making Them Impatient
A new survey shows that Americans love new tech-driven options for ordering and retrieving food, but the flipside is that it is making them more impatient. Of those surveyed, 64% don't want to wait more than five minutes to order at the counter or drive-thru window, while 71% of in-house diners were upset if they had to wait more than 10 minutes. More than half (55%) said they were fed up after five minutes of waiting for food in a drive-thru...
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