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Epos Now Intends to Make Online Ordering Easier for Restaurants in the United States Launches Epos Now Delivery
Epos Now Delivery provides new income streams to its hospitality clients, allowing them to compete with global behemoths
Fremont, CA: Food firms have never had it simpler to reach out to their customers. Restaurant delivery has increased by 20 percent in the previous five years; estimates vary, but internet meal delivery sales might reach 220 billion dollars by 2023, accounting for 40percent of overall restaurant sales. According to a study, the 24 billion online grocery sectors will grow to 120 billion dollars by 2025.
Some of the key features of epos now delivery is:
• Order integration
Customers may simply track and control online orders delivered directly to distribution partners. With realistic estimations of delivery schedules, consumer behavior, and quantity of deliveries, restaurant employees can maximize dining experiences.
• Menu management
Restaurants can maintain their menus, track inventories, and shift goods across platforms and locations on the fly. Saving the time and effort of managing everything individually through each delivery partner.
• Analytics and insights
Merchants can easily compare performance between sales channels, locations, and brands. It enables company owners to make educated judgments about menu adjustments or marketing efforts.
• Kitchen Automation
Have orders written out directly in one clear format automatically. Users can simply monitor the kitchen operations and expenditures as a restaurant owner, enabling better workforce use and preventing food waste.
Epos Now, a global cloud-based software supplier with over 51,000 retail and hospitality locations in 71 countries, announced today the availability of Epos Now Delivery to US-based merchants, powered by the global SaaS business Deliverect.
The connection easily integrates businesses with the industry's leading delivery platforms, allowing restaurants and cafes to provide online food orders via major third-party firms such as Uber Eats, GrubHub, and DoorDash straight from their preexisting Epos Now restaurant management software. This announcement comes as the internet meal ordering sector continues to expand and now accounts for nearly a 40 percent of restaurant revenues. Epos Now Delivery provides new income streams to its hospitality clients, allowing them to compete with global behemoths.