Grubtech, an end-to-end SaaS platform for cloud kitchens and delivery-centric restaurants has entered into a strategic partnership with Foodics, a point of sale (POS) and management system for restaurants with an aim to provide a hassle-free food delivery service.
Under this partnership, Foodics’ customer base of over 7000 restaurants will be seamlessly integrated with a variety of food aggregators such as Talabat, Jahez, and Careem, and grubtech’s customers will have access to an advanced restaurant point of sale.
Further, with this incorporation restaurants will be enabled to centrally manage menus across all channels, and automatically receive orders from food aggregators directly into the Foodics POS. It will also ensure that restaurants have a single source of truth for orders made online and in-store.
Such a system would help restaurants to eliminate the need of dealing with a multitude of tablets from food aggregators, and manually punching in orders into the POS, allowing them to save time and effort while eradicating any errors and focusing on the main job at hand.
With the aim of helping restaurateurs maintain optimum service standards and provide an outstanding customer experience, as part of this partnership, grubtech will be offering preferential rates for existing Foodics customers.
“As a Dubai-based SaaS start-up, our hyper-local food aggregator and online ordering channel integrations means that restaurants can be effortlessly present wherever their customers are. We are pleased to collaborate with Foodics to consolidate an otherwise fragmented tech stack and be able to jointly help restaurant operators grow their brand.”
Commenting on this partnership, Omar Knio, Head of Brand, Foodics, said “We are on a mission to empower the restaurant industry with a one-stop-shop platform that will help them run and scale up their operations effortlessly. Here comes our partnership with grubtech, an integration that eliminates the hassle and possible mistakes of delivery operation on the restaurant’s front of house & back of the house. We are bringing food aggregator orders to Foodics’ Cashier App directly, which will offer the restaurant staff a seamless order fulfillment experience.”
According to Statista, global revenues in the online food delivery segment are projected to reach $151.5 billion in 2021 and a recent report by Paytronix Systems found that 92 percent of vaccinated customers plan to keep ordering online even after the pandemic ends.