Menufy, the online ordering solution provider, announced a partnership with LevelUp that will allow restaurants to grow their order ahead sales via new channel distribution partners. With this partnership, Menufy’s restaurant clients will enjoy free distribution through LevelUp’s extended network of consumer channels, leading to an increase in orders at no additional cost. Customers will benefit by having significantly more restaurant options to choose from when ordering from their mobile phone.
LevelUp has a large, engaged user base of over one million monthly active users that have come to expect convenience, speed and flexibility while interacting with restaurant chains across the country. This integration provides Menufy restaurant partners instant access to the LevelUp network, reaching millions of potential new customers across LevelUp partner apps like Chase Pay. Orders flow from those apps to Menufy and then down to the restaurant’s point-of-sale.
“We’re committed to helping restaurants adopt new and innovative ways of engaging customers in order to thrive in today’s digital age,” says Andy Lowder, head of business development at Menufy. “The free online ordering websites we provide our clients, as well as menufy.com, help them accomplish this by reaching customers where they are—online and on their mobile devices. We’re taking it a step further with our partnership with LevelUp, providing an even larger distribution channel to receive orders from.”
The exposure to new customers promises to drive higher order volume and revenue for restaurants. The significant benefits offered by the LevelUp network will continue to grow as the company publicly announces more strategic partners in the coming months.
“Menufy’s restaurant clients now have access to millions of potential new customers throughout the LevelUp network,” says Seann Moriarty, director of strategic partnerships at LevelUp. “Through strong partnerships like this, we are also accomplishing our goal of providing the greatest number of options for consumers to choose from when interacting with and ordering from restaurants across the United States.”
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