Grubhub now integrates with POS

A customer pays for an order at a restaurant

Written by James Shea

Restaurants can now integrate Grubhub into their point of sale system through a partnership with Deliverect.

“As Grubhub is a leading third-party delivery organization, we’re excited to be able to enable this integration for our customers,” Deliverect CEO Zhong Xu said. “Giving restaurants easy tools to manage their menus, provide insights into best-performing dishes and reduce food waste, are important steps restaurants need to consider to meet consumer demand. With this integration, Grubhub’s restaurant partners can now also reap these benefits when including Deliverect in their tech stack.”

Restaurants will also be able to sync and manage Grubhub menus directly from their POS.

“We hear from our restaurant partners that streamlining the ordering management process so that all orders flow through their POS is crucial for running an efficient operation,” said Steven Delzell, director, restaurant integration partnerships at Grubhub. “With a seamless online order management system, restaurant operators can spend more time preparing food and ultimately, delivering a better experience all around.”

Through the partnership, Deliverect will offer 60 days of free services to restaurants on Grubhub who sign-up with Deliverect. In addition, restaurants not currently partnered with Grubhub can sign up for a free 60-day trial.

“The integration of Grubhub and Deliverect has been working smoothly and wonderfully,” said Jay Dai, owner of Sumi Ramen in New Jersey.


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