HungerRush, formerly known as Revention, has accelerated the development of its restaurant management system to optimise digital ordering, delivery and take-out / pickup amid the Covid-19 crisis.
The new restaurant management system has added features that enable quick and easy ordering, takeout and delivery services for restaurants.
The newly added features include HungerRush Drive, which improves visibility for restaurant owners to track driver’s progress, boost efficiency and throughput, and save on labour cost.
The company also introduced third-party order and delivery services integration with DoorDash, GrubHub, Postmates and UberEats.
Moreover, it added a no-contact delivery option for customers and a message notification to accelerate curbside pick-up.
HungerRush CEO Perry Turbes said: “As we all adapt to the new normal during and after this health crisis, it is exactly this technology that’s going to help restaurants compete for orders like never before.
“HungerRush is committed to continuous innovation as we have seen digital ordering and delivery become a major slice of a restaurant’s business and anticipate that these channels will continue to grow exponentially.”
HungerRush CMO Francois Wolf said: “HungerRush helps restaurants market like a powerhouse.
“In an industry where there’s a ton of options and loyalty is hard to get, restaurateurs can now become more competitive with tools to engage customers, create awesome guest experiences and drive repeat business.”
The company is a customisable management solutions provider offering point-of-sale (POS) solutions to restaurants.