Menufy & Lightspeed Point of Sale Integration Helps Restaurants Grow Off-Premise Business
LEAWOOD, Kan. - April 23, 2019 - PRLog -- A fully integrated partnership between online & mobile food ordering provider Menufy, and restaurant point of sale (POS) provider Lightspeed, is helping restaurants increase their off-premise order volume.
In addition to streamlined workflows, restaurant operators can now benefit from enhanced web visibility and reduced technology costs. "This partnership extends our shared commitment to meeting the needs of our restaurant partners, and exceeding expectations in service," says Andy Lowder, Director Business Development at Menufy.
"With Lightspeed as a partner, we combine a top of the line POS solution, with Menufy's best-in-class online ordering, to cultivate the ultimate experience for restaurants and their customers."
Menufy's turnkey solution, including both a complimentary online ordering website and mobile app listing, also includes streamlined delivery capabilities. This can greatly benefit restaurants that use a Lightspeed POS system, but do not currently offer digital services or delivery.
Peter Dougherty, Director of Partnerships at Lightspeed, says Menufy expands their catalog of apps, bringing all-in-one convenience to restaurants powered by their POS: "Online ordering and delivery service are integral for continued growth, and we're thrilled by the prospects of connecting restaurants with Menufy."
Once a food menu is digitized through Menufy, it is branded to the restaurant end-to-end. At checkout, customers are able to pay with any major credit card, PayPal, Venmo, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Bitcoin, or Bitcoin Cash.
Founded in 2009, Menufy offers online & mobile meal ordering capabilities to restaurants in more than 1,700 cities across the United States. As a full-service solution, Menufy enables delivery service, and full data ownership, with loyalty program capability, complementary analytics, and a suite of digital & print marketing services designed to maximize off-premise performance.
Lightspeed's easy-to-use, omnichannel commerce-enabling SaaS platform supports small and medium-sized businesses by providing them with the critical functionality they need to engage with consumers, manage their operations, accept payments, and, importantly, grow their businesses. Lightspeed's platform can be found in more than 100 countries, powering favorite local businesses, where the communities go to shop and dine. Founded in 2005, Lightspeed has grown to over 700 employees, with global offices in Canada, the U.S., Europe, and Australia.
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