By Canadian Pizza
By Canadian Pizza
With dine-in and bar experiences shut down for nearly every restaurant in the country, Paytronix is helping restaurants to quickly add online ordering, curbside pickup and delivery.
In mid-March, Paytronix rolled out Rapid Launch software for restaurants to establish an online order and delivery program quickly – in one to two weeks.
In just a few days, the first rapid response program was launched. Prime Hospitality Group of Indianapolis re-opened its highest volume Ruth’s Chris location to keep serving guests. The leadership team needed to maintain a source of revenue to help keep its 750 employees safe, fed and part of the team, and is now re-opening all their restaurants to keep the kitchens running. Prime is offering its employees free take-out dinners for a family of four every Monday through Friday, at each of the company’s seven franchised Ruth’s Chris locations in Indiana, Missouri, and Arkansas.
Paytronix has rolled out its Rapid Launch for Order and Delivery program as a way for restaurants to establish an online order and delivery program in just a few days. This is designed as a highly focused offering that gets a simple program going in one to two weeks. It is built on the cloud-based Paytronix connector, which sends information through to a connected Windows machine that is then output to a printer. An employee then takes that information and enters it into the POS system.
The system also features self-service menu management, so restaurants can make menu changes quickly to adjust to inventory changes. Customers can also easily activate delivery through the Paytronix DoorDash partnership or offer delivery from their own in-house operation.
This is designed to be a way to get moving fast and not to replace the full-featured version of the Paytronix Order and Delivery product, the company said in a blog post.