Delivery powered by Postmates' Urban Logistics platform to serve Menufy customers in thousands of U.S. cities
Menufy, an online and mobile food ordering provider, announced a partnership with Postmates to offer on-demand delivery service for restaurants in thousands of cities in the United States. Customers can place delivery orders from a restaurant-branded Menufy website, the menufy.com marketplace, or the iOS and Android mobile app. Once a delivery order is placed through a Menufy digital property, the Postmates Delivery as a Service platform connects restaurant customers to a network of local couriers. This matching algorithm maximizes reliability and route efficiency while conforming to customer delivery windows.
The last mile logistics integration with Postmates enables Menufy customers to order delivery online and to continue paying with any major credit card, PayPal, Venmo, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Bitcoin, or Bitcoin Cash. Customers may also submit orders ahead of time, as a group, and expedite checkout through social logins, or as a guest.
"As part of our commitment to continue growing off-premise business for restaurants, Postmates is an excellent fit to enhance our delivery coverage," said Andy Lowder, Director of Business Development at Menufy. "Some of our existing and prospective client restaurateurs have been requesting Postmates by name, and we're pleased to integrate with a pioneer in the on-demand delivery space."
In addition to Menufy client restaurants, Postmates delivery service is available to point of sale (POS) system partners through the Menufy app. The delivery integration is launching in October 2019 on the Clover POS and in soon-to-be-announced new partner platforms.
Menufy offers online and mobile meal ordering functionalities to restaurants in thousands of cities across the U.S. As a full-service solution, Menufy enables delivery service and full data ownership, with loyalty program capability, complementary analytics, and a suite of digital and print marketing services that are designed to maximize performance off-premises.
Launched in 2011, Postmates led the on-demand delivery movement in the U.S. by offering delivery from restaurants and stores previously only available offline. The company now operates in more than 3,500 cities across the U.S. and Mexico, provides access to over 500,000 merchants and has recently launched innovative new products including Postmates Party. Postmates is headquartered in San Francisco and has more than 1,000 employees.