It's about to be easier to accept Menulog orders

By on
It's about to be easier to accept Menulog orders

Restaurants will soon be able to arrange for Menulog orders to flow automatically into their POS systems.

Does your restaurant use Menulog, the mobile app that makes it easy for people to order from a wide selection of food for pick up or delivery? Or are you thinking of using it?

An arrangement between point-of-sale extension platform Doshii and Menulog will mean that any restaurant POS system that interoperates with Doshii will be able to receive Menulog orders without manual intervention. Such systems include DPos, Impos, H&L and Starrtec.

The benefits for restaurants include time savings and the elimination of errors caused by rekeying orders. The latter point also benefits customers, observed Menulog head of product Joseph Larcher.

“The partnership also means we can ultimately provide a greater choice for consumers, with the ability to seamlessly integrate with a greater number of POS systems used by a range of existing and potential restaurant partners across Australia,” Larcher said.

DPos director Luke Payne added: “We know from talking with our stores how the growth of online ordering is changing the way stores service their customers.  As customers change their ordering behaviour it is vital that the stores change accordingly to ensure customer satisfaction. 

“With the DPos-Menulog integration via Doshii, bringing the systems together takes out all the hassle for restaurant owners while enabling them to reap all the rewards!”

Doshii will soon also support two other major POS systems, Oracle’s Micros and NCR Aloha. According to Doshii general manager David Engel, this will allow “some of the biggest hospitality brands in Australia to integrate their POS into Menulog and any other app on the Doshii platform.”

Copyright © BIT (Business IT). All rights reserved.
Tags:

Most Read Articles

You must be a registered member of Business IT to post a comment.
| Register

Poll

How long has your business been operating?
Up to 2 years
2-5 years
5-10 years
More than 10 years
View poll archive

Log In

Username / Email:
Password:
  |  Forgot your password?