QSR Automations and Google integrate dining reservation platforms

6th December 2018 (Last Updated December 6th, 2018 17:43)

US-based hospitality firm QSR Automations has partnered with Google to integrate reservation management platform DineTime into Reserve with Google.

QSR Automations and Google integrate dining reservation platforms
Customers can use Google to make dining reservations. Credit: Business Wire.

US-based hospitality firm QSR Automations has partnered with Google to integrate reservation management platform DineTime into Reserve with Google.

Reserve with Google allows customers to explore and reserve services using Google Search and Google Maps.

Leveraging DineTime’s application programming interface, the integrated platform provides restaurants with real-time inventory to diners scouting for a table.

QSR Automations CEO and founder Lee Leet said: “Online search is driving businesses today. Google is a window for customers to view services and availability, so operators need to make sure their restaurants are being represented.

“We look forward to helping restaurants seamlessly connect with diners using Google as a platform.”

“Our partnership with Google will connect restaurants to more customers. Reserve with Google puts DineTime restaurants out in front when search intent is high, increasing visibility, reservation bookings and generate more revenue.”

Along with Google, QSR Automations aims to make technology more approachable and easier for restaurants to use.

Leet added: “We look forward to helping restaurants seamlessly connect with diners using Google as a platform.”

To book a table, Google users need to search for a restaurant, select the restaurant of their choice, view the restaurant details to know available reservation times, and then confirm a reservation through DineTime.

The Reserve with Google service is currently available to DineTime restaurants and diners across the world.