Saudi’s HungerStation & Deliverect unite to enhance food delivery system

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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HungerStation, the leading food delivery app in Saudi Arabia, has entered into a partnership deal with Deliverect, a global SaaS company that simplifies online order management across 30 markets, to help restaurants streamline their operations and increase customer satisfaction.

As part of the partnership with Deliverect, large and small restaurants will reduce failures and eliminate order mistakes while speeding up their order preparation process thus decreasing delivery time. The delivery platform also guarantees that restaurants can manage their operations more efficiently while ensuring higher customer satisfaction.

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“At HungerStation, we are keen to help our partners achieve their goals with innovative solutions that facilitate and develop their business while contributing to a significant improvement in supply chain operations (receiving, preparing and delivering orders). We expect to see its positive impact on the quality and speed of order deliveries.”

Mr. Naji Haddad, General Manager Middle East, Deliverect, said, “Deliverect’s mission is to support and empower the F&B industry in the Middle East to thrive. One way to achieve this goal is by expanding our partner ecosystem through integrations with some of the most reputable platforms. We have partnered with HungerStation to help restaurants reach more customers and by enabling them to easily manage their online orders from a single screen, increasing their operational efficiency, staff productivity and ramping up customer satisfaction.”

HungerStation has helped restaurants across Saudi Arabia and Bahrain to expand their business by opening new sales channels which in return increases their revenue. HungerStation’s extensive list of millions of registered users helps restaurants reach the widest pool of customers.

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