POSist, a prominent cloud-based restaurant technology platform serving over 9,000 restaurants in 35 countries revealed its collaboration with Deliverect, a fast-growing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) scale-up that connects 12,000 restaurants worldwide with third-party food delivery systems.
Through this network, customers of POSist in the Middle East may now sync many food aggregators, including Deliveroo, Talabat, Zomato, Careem, and Hungerstation, among others as Deliverect’s cloud-based gateway solution facilitates the seamless integration of all popular food delivery applications with POSist’s platform.
Mr. Ashish Tulsian, Co-founder and CEO, POSist remarked that “The integration between Deliverect and POSist is a win-win for restaurants at a time when online ordering is going to be a necessity for businesses. Restaurants worldwide are pivoting to deliveries to tap the enormous opportunity to cater to the changing consumer preferences. Even as the dine-in footfall is increasing in many parts of the world, brands are considering investing in setting up deliveries via aggregators and their channels.”
Restaurants of all sizes face challenges when it comes to enabling delivery, especially when working with multiple delivery services. This can make internet sales channels more complicated, and some restaurants may be hesitant to introduce additional channels to expand their business.
Deliverect reduces both order failures and staff workload by removing the requirement for restaurant servers and back-end workers to monitor various devices and manually input orders into their existing system.
Furthermore, Deliverect’s SaaS platform assists restaurants who have chosen to embrace a cloud kitchen-style business model, in which they sell meals only through delivery and have no seating space for in-house diners, to succeed.
According to a recent survey performed by POSist and Dubai Restaurants Group under the auspices of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce, 70 percent of otherwise dine-in players are now considering cloud kitchens, as many as 66 percent of diners now prefer ordering food online to dining out.