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HungerRush focuses on technology to help restaurants increase orders

By Canadian Pizza   

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Houston, TX – HungerRush, formerly Revention, has sped up development of its leading restaurant management system to focus on efficient digital ordering, delivery, takeout and pickup.

HungerRush is an integrated restaurant management system that lets the restaurant own the relationship with their customer, the company said in a press release.  It creates guest experiences that drive repeat business, makes customer data accessible that can be analyzed and put into action, and creates operational efficiencies that increase profit margins.

The configurable system includes digital ordering, loyalty and rewards, delivery management and support, takeout and curbside communications, no contact capabilities, and a reporting and management hub. New features have been added for digital ordering, takeout/pickup, and delivery:

  • HungerRush Drive, which allows restaurant owners to track drivers’ progress, increase efficiency and save on labour cost
  • no-contact delivery capabilities for customers
  • message notification to expedite curbside pickup
  • third-party order and delivery services integration with DoorDash, GrubHub, Postmates, UberEats, and other providers

“Thanks to having 5,000 loyalty program customers stored in the HungerRush point-of-sale database, we were able to quickly communicate the new curbside pickup and no-contact delivery options,” said Mike and Vicki Nelson, Little Pop’s NY Pizzeria. “Getting the word out through email and Facebook has increased our business by 75%.”


“As we all adapt to the new normal during and after this health crisis, it’s exactly this technology that’s going to help restaurants compete for orders like never before,” said Perry Turbes, CEO of HungerRush. “HungerRush is committed to continuous innovation as we have seen digital ordering and delivery become a major slice of a restaurant’s business and anticipate that these channels will continue to grow exponentially.”

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