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Future of Food Delivery

Goliath Consulting

The coronavirus crisis has challenged restaurants to rethink the way they deal with food delivery for good. Meanwhile, smaller restaurants had to turn to third-party delivery services like Doordash, UberEats, Grubhub to deliver food to their customers. No control over the delivery time.

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Food Delivery and Service Robots: Changing Face of Restaurants Industry

Modern Restaurant Management

The prominence of food delivery and service robots has increased in the overall restaurant industry. In this blog, we will discuss the changing face of the restaurant industry as a result of the introduction of food delivery and service robots.

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How to Turn Your FOH Staff into Delivery Drivers

7 Shifts

With COVID-19 shutting down businesses worldwide in 2020, restaurants were forced to shut down their dining rooms and pivot to off-site dining only—takeout and delivery. There are two main options when it comes to opening your restaurant for delivery. Pros of in-house delivery.

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Four Questions to Ask When Evaluating Third-Party Delivery Services

Modern Restaurant Management

According to a recent study , 44 percent of Americans use food delivery services, and the entire country spends over $100 billion on food delivery in a year. Offering delivery can, without a doubt, lead to more sales for your restaurant.

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Want Your Restaurant to Make More Cheddar?

A smarter POS system can help you drive revenue and increase profits—and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Download this free eBook to find out more.

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Growing Delivery & Takeout Channels at Your Restaurant

7 Shifts

However, in the wake of COVID-19, restaurants are leaning into alternative ways to move inventory, keep staff working, and delight their guests by focusing on delivery and takeout. We will be announcing a delivery meal kit service beginning this Wednesday through a pre order system.

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The Smart, Legal Way to Pay Your Restaurant Delivery Drivers

Thrive POS

Brian Schaaf knows a lot about restaurant delivery driver reimbursements. He became an expert the hard way - suffering through a grueling Department of Labor audit of 2 years worth of delivery payments to drivers for his multi-unit restaurant franchise.

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Settling Third-Party Delivery Partner Payment Headaches

Modern Restaurant Management

Over the past few years, third-party apps like DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber Eats have made delivery and takeout faster and easier than ever. COVID-19 further accelerated this trend as restaurants turned to delivery models to reach consumers and maintain revenue.

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Three Ways Restaurants Can Win at Food Delivery

Modern Restaurant Management

The food and grocery delivery space is booming – and it shows no signs of slowing down. It’s always smart to consider current events and local happenings when deciding on discounts for delivery services.

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Food Costing Tips for Delivery

Modern Restaurant Management

Many of you (even before CV-19) broadened your business model to include take-out and delivery. Delivery and takeout will be a permanent, expanded segment. There are many, many considerations for delivery (safety, preparation, logistics, POS, etc.).

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3 Reasons You Should Add a Delivery-Only Brand To Your Restaurant!

Virtual Delivery-Only brands are the easiest & fastest way to generate over 20+ transactions a day for your restaurant with NO upfront costs. Learn how your location can start benefitting from this incremental revenue in less than 30 days!

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Checklist for launching a successful delivery business

Deliverect

Delivery isn’t simply an extra revenue channel – it’s also in high demand. Here is a 6-step guide to set up a delivery operation with success. Don’t forget to download our practical checklist for getting started with food delivery! #1 2 Select delivery providers.

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How to Succeed at In-House Restaurant Delivery Marketing

Modern Restaurant Management

It’s essential to adopt sound marketing strategies for your in-house food delivery business. Here are some tips to best advertise that you offer delivery services. Mention In-House Delivery on Your Site. Advertise your delivery services.

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Seven Common Challenges Food Delivery Software Can Solve

Modern Restaurant Management

Within the F&B sector, the pandemic has spurred the rise in online deliveries, prompting restaurants to upgrade their legacy systems, as a means of meeting customer demands. Here’s how food delivery software can help. Improving Delivery Driver Performance.

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How to Use Data to Optimize Your Delivery Offering

Deliverect

This is particularly true when you offer eat-in, takeaway, and multiple delivery options as it can be very difficult to know where to prioritize. When it comes to delivery, your first priority will be getting good data in. Food delivery

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Don't Let Delivery Apps Dash Your Restaurant's Revenue

Get our free, must-read guide to optimizing your restaurant's online ordering capabilities to maximize revenue.

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Food Delivery and Takeout Trends Are Still Continuing—Here’s Why?

Goliath Consulting

The restaurant industry saw a significant increase in delivery and takeout during the COVID-19 lockdown. However, most restaurants were still getting more delivery orders than ever. Create an online ordering system or start a subscription with a third-party delivery service like before.

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Food Delivery Ideas: How to Deliver Food While Maximizing Your Restaurant’s

7 Shifts

It’s seen in the data how quickly restaurants are flocking to takeout and delivery options to rebuild their revenue, with 43% more delivery-related roles being scheduled since the pandemic began. Delivery and takeout will continue to be important revenue streams for restaurants.

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Food That Travels Well for Delivery: Tips for COVID-19

7 Shifts

Whether you have been offering delivery and takeout for years, or have had to make a recent pivot during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to know which food travels best for delivery—and how to change up your menu to stay profitable while dine-in isn't an option.

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Would Delivery Work for My Concept?

Modern Restaurant Management

Q: Would delivery work for my concept? A: Delivery –of all things– is a hot topic. Consumers demand it and the market has responded by offering several delivery options, from independent delivery companies to national firms. Determine your delivery strategy.

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Utilizing Technology to Increase Points of Profit in Your Restaurant Business

Speaker: Hillary Holmes, SpotOn Operator in Residence; Troy Hooper - CEO, Kiwi Restaurant Partners

In this webinar, Hillary Holmes and Troy Hooper will discuss how you can continue to grow your restaurant business despite setbacks. They'll provide key tips for achieving higher revenue, using technology to diversify revenue streams, reducing operating costs, building customer loyalty, turning tables with less staff, and cutting down third party dependency.

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Food delivery management software 101

Deliverect

In the era of food delivery, offering online ordering, delivery and takeaway is a smart strategy to appeal to a vast audience of potential customers. When you start delivering meals, it’s crucial to invest in the right food delivery software, in order to keep things tidy and efficient.

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Alcohol Delivery & Takeout: Tools & Tips

Wasserstrom

As restaurants struggle to find sources of revenue, Ohio’s Governor, Mike Dewine, recently announced a change to the laws around the takeout and delivery of alcohol for restaurants in the state of Ohio. […].

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Increasing Your Restaurant Delivery Profits

Restaurant Engine

The pandemic presented an opportunity for restaurant delivery services. Did you know that more than 60% of consumers in the United States say they order food for delivery once a week? For most of your restaurant customers, delivery is an expected service.

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Top Trends in Restaurant Delivery and Takeout

Modern Restaurant Management

Diners are second-guessing their holiday plans, according to the third installment of BentoBox’s Restaurant Delivery Consumer Trend Report. consumers’ delivery and takeout habits evolve through COVID-19 recovery.

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Restrictions Into Opportunities: How to Make Your Restaurant Succeed

Speaker: Patrick Cottrell and Joe English

Whether your state allows outdoor dining, takeout only, or a little bit of both, we're here to help. Join Patrick Cottrell and Joe English from Sculpture Hospitality, for a webinar on Jan. 26th, and get your restaurant to thrive in face of pandemic restrictions

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What's the future for delivery and online ordering in 2021?

Deliverect

Some full-service restaurants managed to pivot and find a way to offer their multi-course meals for delivery. Many quick-serve and fast-food restaurants thrived using delivery and drive-thru channels. What does the future look like for restaurant ordering and delivery tech?

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The 5 Biggest Food Delivery Risks

Wasserstrom

The food delivery trend has exploded over the last several years and it shows no signs of slowing down. Even restaurants who never thought that they would be doing delivery have had to at least consider adding this service. But getting started with food delivery for your restaurant isn’t just as simple as taking orders […]. The post The 5 Biggest Food Delivery Risks appeared first on The Official Wasserstrom Blog.

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What's the future for delivery and online ordering in 2021?

Deliverect

Some full-service restaurants managed to pivot and find a way to offer their multi-course meals for delivery. Many quick-serve and fast-food restaurants thrived using delivery and drive-thru channels. What does the future look like for restaurant ordering and delivery tech?

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7 Ways to Improve Your Restaurant’s Design for Delivery

Deliverect

The US restaurant delivery market is projected to reach $32 billion by 2024 , growing at an annual rate of 5%. Since COVID-19 hit the industry this year, it’s become even more obvious how central food delivery is to restaurant operations. It’s become essential to optimize for delivery.

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COVID-19 Has Accelerated On-Demand Drone Delivery

Modern Restaurant Management

The UAV industry is on the cusp of an historic decade with on-demand drone delivery solutions taking flight. But while on-demand drone deliveries may no longer be futuristic fantasies, many still perceived them as a novelty, not a necessity.

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The Keys to Offering Both In-House and Third-Party Delivery

Modern Restaurant Management

Delivery is an essential part of restaurants nowadays, which is why there are more restaurants partnering with third-party delivery services, even if they already have their own in-house delivery.

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What Delivery Customers Expect During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Modern Restaurant Management

Restaurants are scrambling to accommodate a new kind of market – the frenzied and fearful delivery customer. What does the delivery customer expect now? Delivery customers want restaurants to follow CDC guidelines (and be vocal about it!).

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Food delivery in the COVID-19 climate

Deliverect

Restaurants today have only two options: they can stay open by offering online delivery and/or takeout, or close up shop and wait for the proverbial storm to pass. Best safety practices for delivery. - Try to avoid contact with the delivery couriers as much as possible.

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Delivery Apps: Why They Matter to Restaurateurs

Focus POS

Delivery Apps: They Matter to Restaurateurs. If you’re a restaurant owner, you may find yourself wondering why you should expend time, energy, and expense on integrating with third-party delivery apps like DoorDash or Uber Eats.

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Why is coffee delivery so popular in China?

Perfect Daily Grind

They also both have their own respective food and beverage delivery services: Meituan (?? Covid-19 naturally accelerated the growth of the global food and beverage delivery market. However, these delivery services – known as waimai (??) Millennials and coffee delivery.

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The Controversy of Third-Party Food Delivery Services?

Goliath Consulting

The demand for food delivery services increased when COVID-19 emerged. These third-party delivery services provide independent delivery personnel to deliver food to customers through their apps with a delivery fee and tip for the delivery driver.

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Sending Delivery Tech Back: Five Ideas for Redesigning Aggregators

Modern Restaurant Management

Food delivery aggregators: You’re well past your expiration date. For businesses where delivery is just part of their operations, this loss in revenue can be attributed to marketing that drives other forms of dining (eat-in, pick up, catering).

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Third Party Food Delivery Strategies for Restaurants

The Restaurant Group

Third Party Food Delivery Strategies. How long has your restaurant considered building a third-party food delivery strategy? COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS IN THIRD-PARTY FOOD DELIVERY. Third-party delivery is only a marketing tactic. How will drivers pick up orders for delivery?

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Seven Public Policy Principles for Third-Party Delivery

Modern Restaurant Management

This marks the first time the restaurant industry and third-party delivery companies have come together to create guidelines and culminates a year-long effort by the Association to develop national policies based on the experiences of restaurant operators of all sizes.

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