The on-demand economy is rapidly changing the food service industry — and yet it seems restaurant owners are failing to adopt the changes. Few offer delivery services, and even fewer utilize the benefits of partnering with companies like UberEATS and Postmates that already have an automated, fully-functional app in place. Here is an in-depth, considerate comparison of the four major on-demand food delivery services available to restaurants to better aid in promotion and sales: Postmates, Doordash, Grubhub, and UberEATS. With this information, restaurants can make a fully-aware, unbiased decision on which company would be best for the future of their company, their growth, and their employees.
In 2017, adults were found to be 30 percent more likely to use restaurant technology than they were two years ago. In a nearly $800 billion dollar industry, that means if a restaurant has failed to provide a smooth, easy-to-use online-ordering experience for their customers, then small restaurant business will severely suffer. But designing, maintaining, and operating a fully functional food delivery app or online system is one of the main reasons 32 percent of diners of restaurateurs believe they are lagging in their technology use.
So, what's an owner to do?
The Zebra, a comparison website for car insurance quotes, put together a detailed examination of the top four most popular app-based, food delivery services to determine exactly how much it costs for restaurants to use them in the infographic below.
For more details, read the full report: What You Need to Know About The Most Popular Food Delivery Apps.