Foodler, the online food ordering service that connects consumers with the widest variety of restaurants for immediate delivery, announced its new corporate food delivery program, Foodler @Work. The service, which is targeted to the corporate lunch and special events crowd, includes easy ordering through an online system, as well as a white-glove service advisor to assist with catering for special events.
“As one of the organizers for Startup Weekend in Boston, we’ve been using Foodler to simplify our catering needs significantly. Using Foodler’s service advisor has helped us by taking the burden of selecting menus, ordering, pick-up, and more for our weekend-long events,” says Ethan Bagley, founder and CEO of USpin. “The biggest benefit of Foodler @Work is removing all of the work of planning, sourcing, and delivery of food for our events. This provides us with a lot more time to focus on the other parts of our event, and gives us confidence that the food will be top quality.”
With this new offering, Foodler makes it easier than ever for companies to order from hundreds of local restaurants. With Foodler @Work, professionals ordering food for meetings and events have access to:
Easy, intuitive, and free online ordering from restaurant menus; individuals going to the same meeting can contribute to the order to further personalize the selection
Complete listings of restaurants that offer delivery and take-out
Accurate prices, restaurant savings, and online coupons
Exclusive restaurant ratings and satisfaction indexes
Advisor to help select menu items for the group, or take care of all their meeting and event ordering, hassle free
Corporate-earned points that are credited to their personal accounts
“Working in a busy startup, I'm all about convenience and productivity,” says Sarah Hodges, co-founder of Boston-based Intelligent.ly. “In a few clicks, our food is on the way. Foodler has been an incredible partner to Intelligent.ly this year, helping us keep our learners well fed while they expand their minds and their network.”
Foodler @Work account holders that order on behalf of their companies are rewarded in personal Foodler points that can be redeemed for FoodlerBucks, gift cards, and merchandise.
Foodler co-founder Christian Dumontet comments, “We’re excited to roll Foodler @Work out nation-wide after our successful pilot program in Boston, bringing the convenience of personal online food ordering and delivery to the workforce. Our white-glove service assistant really sets Foodler @Work apart from the competition, letting busy admins, and executives focus on their core responsibilities while outsourcing the ordering to someone who knows and understands their dining habits and preferences.”
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