Tag: food delivery

Imagine partnering with a third-party delivery platform and only giving them 2% to 3% of each order. That’s a reality for Ryan Bridgeman, president and CEO of Manna Inc., which owns nearly 300 restaurant franchises in Louisville. He recently hooked up with EZ-Chow, a growing player in the mobile ordering and delivery space that takes only 2-3% per transaction… […]

Customers want your food – now you can deliver…literally!  EZ-Chow has launched 3rd party delivery integration to their restaurant partners. Restaurants can now provide delivery service easily, no hassle, no faxes, emails or phone calls. Food orders are injected directly into the POS, and the delivery information is sent directly to the carrier. Convenience for […]

Internet ordering and delivery has become a hot segment among startups, specifically restaurants. Dwelling in the “Attention Scarcity Age,” where everyone is overworked, overwhelmed and impatient, people are reluctant to visit sit-down restaurants and they don’t even want to bother with fast food and takeout. Consequently, the fastest growing segment of dining is delivery. Traditionally, pizza […]

Are 3rd party delivery companies eating your profit margin?  Sure, it’s an order you may not have received, but if you don’t profit, how valuable is it?  You may be asking yourself, is there another way to provide delivery without losing my shirt?  The answer is YES!

EZ-Chow offers the ability to integrate with 3rd party delivery companies.  This is dependent upon if they operate in your area of course, but here’s a summary of the process.  Once a customer places their order on your site and selects delivery, we “ping” the 3rd party company to inquire about the charges for delivery.  Once this information is received, it goes back to the ordering page with the delivery cost. When the customer approves of the charge, the order is pushed to your restaurant, directly into your POS and a message is sent to the delivery company.  The customer pays for the delivery:  zero percentage of the order is taken from the 3rd party delivery service, because the order was placed through your site.

So YES!, you can offer delivery to your customers without cost to you.  No hiring drivers, no buying a fleet of cars, or the insurance and risk associated.  And this is just one feature of integration that will thrill you.  Visit our site at www.EZ-Chow.com to learn more about how EZ-Chow delivers convenience and can help increase your revenue exponentially.

 

 

 

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