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Long Live Digital Dining: How Consumers’ Appetite for Mobile Apps and Online Ordering Will Continue

Modern Restaurant Management

Mobile orders were expected to drive $38 billion in restaurant revenue in 2020. What’s more, digital consultancy Mobiquity in June 2020 reported a 36 percent year-over-year increase in the number of restaurant mobile app reviewers who said it was their first time using such an app. Evolve to Meet New Customer Expectations.

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Four Reasons Why Mobile Order and Pay Can Ease Staffing Shortage Pressure

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Mobile order and pay solutions are a cost-effective way to support the current skilled staff you have to deal with peak periods while also helping to maximize sales. Here are four reasons why restaurant businesses should consider mobile order and pay solutions to support any current staffing shortages: 1.

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Five Ways to Enhance and Improve the Takeout and Delivery Customer Experience

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Less than two decades ago, restaurant-quality meal delivery was largely limited to pizza and Chinese takeout. Today, the global food delivery app industry is predicted to reach $320 billion by 2029 — up from $140 billion in 2022. You can also consider creating your own mobile app. Consumers crave convenience.

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Third-party delivery and mobile ordering continue to reinvent how quick-service restaurants meet demand, according to Delaget’s QSR Operational Index report

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MINNEAPOLIS– March 19, 2024 – Investments in mobile apps and in-store kiosks continue to drive demand among quick-service restaurants (QSRs), with growth in third-party delivery showing no signs of slowing down, according to Delaget ’s annual QSR Operational Index report. Mobile app sales are up 57.2 percent year over year.

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Keeping Up with Diners’ Expectations Amid Rising Prices

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Since most consumers are attached to their smartphones, the best way to stay connected with their favorite restaurants is through mobile apps. However, just because most restaurant chains have hopped on the trend doesn’t mean they’ve mastered all the features diners want and need in a mobile app. The top reasons?

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Chefs Love Wonder, the Latest App Trying to Disrupt Delivery. Will Diners Follow Suit?

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Tomekah George Wonder’s big idea for food delivery is to own every aspect of the process, from recipe development to the moment it ends up at your door A few weeks ago, chef JJ Johnson launched a new restaurant concept in downtown Brooklyn. Wonder has shown a savvy curatorial eye reminiscent of the early days of delivery app Caviar.

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Is ‘Menu Scraping’ Legal for Third-Party Delivery Services?

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The advent of on-demand food delivery can be traced back to the early 2000s when the use of GrubHub, Seamless and numerous other online and mobile food-ordering systems became commonplace among college students and young professionals throughout the United States. So, is menu scraping legal?

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