Allset

  • 6 Tools Restaurants Can Use to Accept Mobile Orders

    … also offers a delivery component, however restaurants don’t have to provide delivery in order to use the technology. Restaurants can contact Olo for custom pricing. 6. Allset: Mobile pre-ordering for faster table turnover Allset isn’t a traditional mobile ordering platform, but it’s worth mentioning because it does offer a unique value proposition…

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  • 6 Strategies for Improving Email Pitches to SMBs

    … with restaurants), others become more interested in your service. If you want merchants to think, ‘they partner with such great restaurants, so we should try too,’ then you should try to onboard big names first. It’s great to use these names in emails for initial outreach or when you meet in person.” (Dimitri Nikulin, Allset) 4. Include your company’s…

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  • 6 Strategies for Increasing Conversions in Mobile Food Searches

    … simply enhancing search rankings, having mobile-friendly menus, food photos, and calls to action all help funnel visitors toward the end goal of conversion. And with services like Squarespace, Wix, and Weebly, that basically do all the heavy lifting for you, there’s no excuse to not have a mobile optimized website.” (Eric Kim, RushOrder) 4. Shorten…

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  • 6 Mobile Pre-Ordering Tools for Restaurants

    …. The company combines reservations, ordering, and payments features into one mobile app. It offers users the ability to browse menus, reserve tables, and place food and drink orders in just a few clicks. Settle can be used for both dine-in and take-out orders. Settle takes 10% from each bill paid through its platform. 3. RushOrder: Optimized…

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  • Case Study: Using Pre-Order Apps to Streamline Lunch Operations

    … Merchant: Alta CA Location: San Francisco, California Platform: Allset Bottom Line: Whether a digital marketing tool will work for a specific business depends largely on that business’ customer demographics. Given its location in the mid-Market area of San Francisco, steps away from the headquarters of tech giants like Twitter, Square…

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