Lunchbox has partnered with restaurant technology service provider Ordermark to develop connected solutions that help restaurants to expand their digital commerce abilities amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the agreement, the companies will offer restaurants the infrastructure to scale up their digital operations and boost guest engagement and sales.
To enable restaurants to grow and retain revenue, Lunchbox will combine its digital ordering solutions, customer relationship management tools and growth marketing capabilities with Ordermark’s online ordering management platform.
The integration of both platforms will enable the first-party orders made through Lunchbox to feed into Ordermark’s platform. This will allow restaurants to manage both first-party and third-party orders from one location.
Ordermark CEO and co-founder Alex Canter said: “Lunchbox is the right partner to help us achieve our goal of helping restaurants grow their digital ordering capabilities.
“With Covid-19 creating more emphasis on digital ordering, now more than ever is the time for restaurants to master all of their digital channels. Lunchbox and Ordermark integration provides the perfect solution.”
The companies plan to expand their integration in the future to help restaurants achieve improved stability and longevity as reopening continues to fluctuate.
Lunchbox CEO and co-founder Nabeel Alamgir said: “Through our partnership with Ordermark, we aim to give restaurants all the digital tools they need to thrive and provide a sense of stability during our industry’s most trying time.
“We have admired all of the accomplishments Ordermark has achieved and can’t wait to help restaurants today, tomorrow and the future.”
Lunchbox offers enterprise-grade software to restaurants to empower them to enhance guests experience and boost sales.
The company recently partnered with US-based organic juice bar franchise Clean Juice to launch its branded consumer app.