Many restaurants began offering order delivery as a lifeline during the pandemic–and now consider it a must-have feature for customer convenience and a critical revenue stream. But how optimized is your order delivery business? Does your restaurant appear online in all the places your customers may be searching when they’re hungry?
If you’ve worked hard to ensure that your business can accept all payment types, it’s equally important to support order delivery via the platforms your customers prefer most.
Clover’s got you covered. Now merchants can offer order delivery on four major delivery platforms, improving customer discoverability and convenience while boosting the merchant’s bottom line. If you’re not offering order delivery via these four players, why not fix that today? Here’s how and why to get started with each.
Every day millions of hungry people use Google Search and Maps to find restaurants and place orders. Order with Google helps your restaurant tap into this strong local demand and make ordering food with your business a snap.
Whether on desktop or mobile, customers can find, order, and reorder from your restaurant in just a few clicks – and a smooth checkout experience can keep them coming back for more.
Drive provides on-demand delivery services to restaurants that use their own online ordering platforms. It can be used for small orders or for large orders and catering.
Drive is different from the DoorDash app — it’s DoorDash delivery services paired with your app, website, or other ordering channel. With Drive, merchants pay a flat fee to use the Dasher fleet to deliver the orders you receive via Clover Online Ordering. Drive helps hundreds of merchants fulfill more orders, attract more customers, and uplevel the delivery experience.
Ordering takeout is a natural fit for an on-the-go customer base. With a network that spans rides and delivery, Uber is the app people open to go anywhere and get anything they need at the tap of a button. By enabling your restaurant for delivery with Uber Eats, you can tap into this thriving ecosystem and gain access to new customers through the Uber Eats marketplace—all while using Uber’s 12 years of technology and logistics expertise to get orders in the hands of customers.
With our innovative new self-signup partnership, Clover merchants can activate Uber Eats in less than a day. All orders are directly integrated with your Clover POS system and can help restaurants increase their customer base and reach Uber One members as well.
Already an Uber Eats customer? Follow this handy guide to integrate.
Did you tack on several third-party delivery services during the pandemic, and now you need to manage your online business more efficiently? Look no further than Stream, available via the Clover App Market.
Think of Stream as Grand Central Station, directing all third-party orders straight to the Clover POS and printing a ticket for the kitchen. No more need for tablets and manual order entry into the POS. Additionally, Stream enables merchants to make changes to third-party menus that will not affect the in-store menu. Stream also supports real-time order cancellation, direct communication to customers, and edits to prep times and throttle orders.
Americans now spend 63% of their restaurant dollars on delivery and takeout, and the U.S. market for quick-service restaurant delivery is $25.7 billion and growing. In Clover, you’ve chosen a restaurant POS system that integrates major delivery partners seamlessly and efficiently to help you tap into this revenue stream.
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