Ordrslip, a software-as-a-service provider based in Fresno, has announced a partnership with DoorDash Drive to help restaurants pivot to delivery service during Covid-19.
Drive, DoorDash’s white label fullfillment platform, will give Ordrslip customers new delivery options directly from the mobile ordering app platform. Now, eateries with Ordrslip’s mobile ordering service can offer a previously unavailable on-demand delivery option to their customers using DoorDash’s logistics.
“This partnership gives restaurants a way to provide customers with a smooth mobile ordering experience and an easy delivering option, while maintaining the direct connection with customers via their own branded app,” said Jordan Sanchez, Ordrslip’s director of revenue, in a statement.
With the new DoorDash Drive integration, a restaurant’s customers do not need to leave the mobile ordering app to order for delivery, and restaurants can potentially save money by coordinating with DoorDash drivers through the app.
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