Once consumer-facing organizations have connections up and running, the next big step is to integrate with other systems to provide a more seamless experience across the board. This is especially true in the food service space, where any inefficiencies can have a major impact on bottom lines.
For its part, online and mobile takeout and delivery marketplace Grubhub just recently announced its integration with two leading restaurant point-of-sale (POS) systems, Breadcrumb and Toast . Restaurants using these POS systems will now be able to manage the full scope of their orders — from in-house to takeout and delivery — from a single device.
The goal, by streamlining this key aspect of restaurant management, is to enable restaurants to deliver more orders without an excess of additional effort, steps and devices to monitor — leading to cost savings, especially at high-volume locations.
“We’re completely focused on creating technology that enhances the experience of our restaurant partners,” said Stan Chia, chief operating officer of Grubhub. “With restaurant feedback in mind, we’ve built integrations designed to create efficiencies for restaurateurs.”
The move consolidates a number of operational tasks at restaurants.
Along with unified order management, the Grubhub integration means […]