Strategic alliance between Uber and Checkmate to enhance delivery services

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By Car Brand Experts

Provider of solutions for restaurant orders Checkmate has extended its collaboration with Uber by incorporating Uber Direct into its system, as disclosed in an official statement.

By already linking with Uber Eats, Checkmate enables eateries to directly receive orders on their point-of-sale platforms. With the addition of Uber Direct, restaurants can now offer immediate delivery services on their own websites and applications, eliminating the necessity for in-house delivery personnel.

“We are excited to broaden our collaboration with Checkmate in aiding restaurants to satisfy customer needs and expand their operations,” remarked Bernie Huddlestun, the U.S. and Canada General Manager for Uber Direct, in the company’s announcement. “Through the integration of Uber Direct, we aim to facilitate the growth of these restaurants by establishing customer confidence and catering to the diverse delivery expectations of both new and existing patrons.”

This extended collaboration harnesses Uber’s extensive delivery network to fulfill orders placed through the restaurants’ proprietary platforms. With more delivery choices accessible to customers, there is a possibility for increased contentment and recurring business.

“Integrating our range of services with a highly significant entity like Uber is continuously enhancing the delivery domain,” stated Vishal Agarwal, CEO and founder of Checkmate, in the official communication. “Now, customers can relish a seamless, branded venture that will result in amplified customer contentment and greater sales for restaurants.”

This partnership bolsters Checkmate’s standing as a pioneer in restaurant technology. The company furnishes a comprehensive system for overseeing all digital avenues, assuring a uniform ordering experience for clientele. Plans are in place for Checkmate to further extend its array of solutions to cater to the changing requirements of restaurants in the digital era.

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