Menufy Integrates Food Ordering with Google
Menufy restaurant customers can now order food directly from Google
Restaurant menus will be integrated on Google platforms, enabling customers to discover local restaurants and to place pickup or delivery orders at participating locations. Customers pay through Google Pay, which accepts all major debit and credit cards in the US.
With voice-assisted ordering through Google Assistant, Android and iOS mobile users can search for local restaurants or re-order their go-to meal.
Restaurant operators can receive Google food order notifications on the Menufy console, on a personal device, by phone, or through a partner Point of Sale (POS). The Google-ready Menufy app runs on Android tablets and the following POS systems: Lightspeed, Harbortouch, Restaurant Manager, POSitouch, and Future POS.
All client restaurants have a direct relationship with Menufy and online ordering is only activated with their permission. "We respect the restaurateur's choice in deciding whether Menufy's solution is the best fit for their off-premise business," said Andy Lowder, Director of Business Development at Menufy.
Lowder added that on the customer side, "Google's food ordering platform is a helpful, easy-to-use way for people to place food orders. The unified discovery and purchase phase is a win for eaters and eateries alike."
Menufy offers online and mobile meal-ordering capabilities to restaurants in thousands of cities across the United States. As a full-service solution, Menufy enables nationwide delivery service and empowers restaurant operators with full-data ownership, loyalty program capability, complimentary analytics, and a suite of digital and print marketing services that are designed to maximize off-premise performance.
Jeremy Kuo, Head of Corporate Communications