Uber Technologies on Friday announced a strategic partnership with Deliverect, the Belgium-based provider of order management software for restaurants. This collaboration aims to create a more seamless and efficient order processing and delivery experience for restaurants.
Deliverect’s platform helps restaurants manage and track orders from their personal websites as well as various other applications. This ensures a streamlined workflow and efficient shipping processes. With the new partnership, Uber Direct, Uber’s unbranded delivery service, will be the delivery channel of choice when integrated with Deliverect’s software. This model appeals to restaurants that want to emphasize their brand and maintain direct communication with the customer while leveraging external delivery services.
The collaboration means a benefit for both entities. Deliverect can improve its services to its significant customer base of 43,000, while Uber Direct can potentially increase its delivery volumes.
Both companies confirmed that this partnership will be accessible in several countries, including the US, Canada, several European nations such as France, Germany, Great Britain, Spain and Portugal, as well as Australia and New Zealand. The financial specifics of the deal remain undisclosed.
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