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VROMO joins with Square to provide restaurants with faster delivery management


Restaurant Delivery management software company VROMO has announced that it will be integrating with Squares point-of-sale (POS) and payment-processing platform to offer increased functionality for restaurants that manage their own food delivery process.

VROMO joins with Square to provide restaurants with faster delivery management


"The partnership with Square is another significant milestone for VROMO as we continue on our rapid upward trajectory as the worlds only dedicated software for restaurant food delivery."
Alan Hickey



Restaurant Delivery management software company VROMO has announced that it will be integrating with Square’s point-of-sale (POS) and payment-processing platform to offer increased functionality for restaurants that manage their own food delivery process.

 

The fast-growing delivery software Dublin-based company – which operates in the UK, US and Australia, – sees the integration of Square as a key strategic addition to its ground-breaking software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, therefore offering restaurants a one-stop-shop platform at a time when demand for efficient food delivery continues to see massive growth.

Square helps millions of sellers globally run their business – from secure credit card processing to point of sale solutions and setting up an online store.

News of the partnership agreement comes hot on the heels of US online food-ordering platform Olo announcing that it has appointed VROMO as its technology partner for delivery and driver management. Orders made through Olo’s cloud-based food delivery platform now seamlessly populate on VROMO for industry-leading delivery management and driver communication.

VROMO CEO Alan Hickey said: “The partnership with Square is another significant milestone for VROMO as we continue on our rapid upward trajectory as the world’s only dedicated software for restaurant food delivery.

“Square is a world-class payment technology and will give restaurants that use VROMO to manage their deliveries complete peace of mind that they can take payments securely and efficiently.

“We see Square as the perfect fit with a technology that enables restaurants to take ownership of the delivery experience as part of a complete store-to-door brand experience. As well as managing payment and delivery, VROMO users can build their own customer loyalty through the messaging incentive functions, such as discounts, and branded order tracking for their customers.”

Alan Hickey added: “The partnership with Square comes quickly after our partnership announcement with Olo – which provides more than 300 multi-location restaurant brands with a white-label platform for on-demand ordering and delivery.

“VROMO was conceived as a way to enable restaurants to meet consumers’ high expectations when it comes to food delivery, efficiently controlling the whole delivery experience. The team at VROMO keep delivering on this ambition as we continue to look at ways to collaborate and offer the world’s biggest food brands a SaaS solution to engage and delight their customers.”

VROMO Driver app – benefits at a glance

The VROMO Driver app, on iOS and Android, allows a seamless connection between you and your team.

Drivers download the app to receive job offers, instructions and updates on the progress of jobs.

Restaurant teams and their drivers will have the option to chat with each other in real time on each individual order.

Drivers download the app to receive job offers, instructions and updates on the progress of jobs.

Track live progress from a bird’s eye view of your whole fleet and make real-time decisions.

The VROMO Driver app continuously sends location updates to the VROMO admin portal.

Your data, your control. View all your jobs in the job list and see all your data on the map.

Drivers download the app to receive job offers, instructions and updates on the progress of jobs.

Send live tracking links via SMS so that customers can track the drivers to their doors.

No more anxious phone calls and more happy repeat customers.

 

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