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Slerp Announces Direct-to-Table Ordering Service – Retail News – A1 Retail Magazine

Slerp, a direct-to-consumer online ordering solution, has announced the launch of its table ordering service across the UK – allowing on-premise customers to order direct to their table via their phone. The launch, which is happening this week and expands Slerp’s existing online ordering and on-demand services for businesses, will work alongside current table service restrictions for restaurants, ahead of …

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Grubhub bites into transparent ordering

An on-demand food delivery platform wants to eliminate silos from the process of fulfilling orders. Grubhub is launching “Ultimate,” a new proprietary hardware and software solution designed to integrate all restaurant ordering channels into one system. The digital workflow solution connects the front and back ends of a restaurant directly with customers, creating a transparent …

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Grubhub bites into transparent ordering

An on-demand food delivery platform wants to eliminate silos from the process of fulfilling orders. Grubhub is launching “Ultimate,” a new proprietary hardware and software solution designed to integrate all restaurant ordering channels into one system. The digital workflow solution connects the front and back ends of a restaurant directly with customers, creating a transparent …

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Americans are ordering more, but the US can only handle so much

U.S. Postal Service workers move parcels to mail trucks at the Los Angeles Processing and Distribution Center on December 11, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. As the U.S. Postal Service heads into its busiest time of year, leading up to Christmas, this facility handles about a million pieces of mail each day. David McNew / …

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