As a growing number of consumers turn to restaurant delivery to relieve their hunger pangs, restaurants of all stripes are seeing firsthand just how necessary it is to offer the service if they want to maintain their place in the foodservice landscape.
But for some restaurants, hiring a dedicated delivery staff may not be in the budget, so it can feel like a dead end. Luckily, third-party delivery platforms ensure that eateries can offer their guests the food they’re craving, even when those guests don’t want to or can’t dine in.
To that end, many operators are looking for the best ways to integrate third-party delivery into their offerings. Third-party delivery platform sales numbers have grown 36% year over year.
Third-party delivery platforms are well-positioned to help restaurants get set up for success. With ample delivery partners and robust marketing strategies, third-party delivery platforms can offer restaurants the benefits of having reliable transportation for their food plus promotion on apps, increased brand awareness and more.
This post is sponsored by Uber Eats