Setting up a delivery service, free or otherwise may indeed be a lifesaver for some businesses, especially during these interesting times. Due to developments in online delivery services your takeout and delivery options should no longer be tied to maximum commissions. In this post, we will be sharing some of the best free (or commission free) delivery platforms of 2020.
Please note, we’ve included platforms in the list that are not completely free. So they may charge a flat monthly fee or offer premium paid services but what they all have in common is that they do not charge percentage commission on each order.
First on our list is one of the popular free online ordering systems designed for both restaurants and consumers. It allows restaurants to accept orders for pickup via the restaurant’s website as well as their Facebook page.
If you are a restaurant owner, you can signup through their official website. You are required to complete some information, including the address, opening hours, payment info, and tax information. However, if you are a consumer, you will only need to click the order button on the restaurant’s Facebook page. Gloriafood allows customers to choose the items they want; as the consumer, you will also be permitted to select the type of sauce, toppings, choice of dish crust, amongst other options.
Just like every other platform we have on our list, Gloriafood is commission-free – this lets the restaurants to accept unlimited orders for delivery or pickup without paying any commission. There are no hidden costs or setup fee.
Chownow is one of the largest companies in the food delivery industry. Chownow does not offer coupons and discounts and they do have some mixed reviews however these may not relate to their more recent product releases. It is one of the leading online ordering and marketing platform for restaurants around the world. Based in Los Angeles, it was founded in 2012. This platform has sophisticated ordering technology and should be considered for any restaurant wanting to avoid predatory fees.
Chow Now enables restaurants to integrate their website and to also offers a customized mobile app for Android and iPhone. Additionally the platform also lets you take orders from multiple customer acquisition channels.
This is a real restaurant management solution that features iOS and Android apps as well as a POS system. It has sales analytics, inventory management, and a lot more. Upserve offers some time-saving tools which include tip adjustments, shift notes, integrated logbook, as well as workforce management. Upserve also offers industry tableside POS.
The platform was designed by ‘restaurant people’ and the company combines an easy to use interface with high-end POS features which gives it streamline capabilities for restaurant operators. When combined with Upserve Payments and Upserve HQ, the POS version delivers advanced restaurant management and advanced POS solution to the entire food industry.
Another fantastic commission-free platform. You won’t have any trouble signing up for Menufy; its intuitive, and as stated on the box, you wont need not worry about hidden fees, contracts or cancellation fees.
Next on our list is a newbie when it comes free food delivery as Orderlina has traditionally been table ordering centric. Orderlina offers easy menu creation and ordering for bars, restaurants, and hotels with a focus on quick and intuitive onboarding. The platform offers a host of features including discounts, free or flat delivery fees, or by radius.
Lunchbox is an all-in-one restaurant ordering suite. The platform partners with restaurants to ultimately build a digital ordering system which cuts across different apps and websites. They’ve got a monthly SaaS model which lets restaurants of all sizes to benefit from the power of Lunchbox.
They’ve successfully created a great omnichannel system that allows restaurants to take back their share of the digital real estate.