Ordrslip, a software as a service (SaaS) provider, enabling restaurants to operate custom mobile apps, is partnering with food delivery company Postmates to offer affordable delivery services to restaurants in the US.

As part of the partnership, the companies will enable eateries to create custom-looking white-label mobile ordering applications through Ordrslip.

The restaurants will be offered delivery service option by Postmates, once the order is placed.

The new delivery option available through the Postmates partnership is expected to enable smaller restaurants to compete with larger chains.

Ordrslip director of revenue Jordan Sanchez said: “The restaurant industry has been greatly impacted by the pandemic and many are in need of inexpensive ways to add mobile ordering and delivery options to their offerings.

“This initiative is another way for Ordrslip to create affordable digital solutions that can help mom-and-pop restaurants thrive in these challenging times.”

Restaurants are required to make a monthly payment of $100 or an annual subscription of $1,100 per location to license Ordrslip. The price does not change based on restaurant profits or the number of orders placed.

Earlier this month, the National Football League (NFL) has signed a multi-year sponsorship agreement with Postmates, making it the official on-demand food delivery partner.

The company was also selected as an official sponsor for NFL premier events, including the Super Bowl, Pro Bowland Draft.

Last month, US-based fast-food hamburger chain White Castle partnered with Postmates to offer Original Sliders directly to customers.