Restaurant Revolution Technologies has added direct ordering capability through Google Search and Google Maps. Through the Washington-based company’s digital ordering platform, Order One, its supported restaurants will soon see an “Order Online” button appear on their business profile on Google.
“Digital food ordering is virtually all about convenience. With Google the ordering process is simplified, and together we provide a greater level of convenience for customers and additional ordering opportunities for our restaurant partners,” said Revolution Chief Revenue Officer Robert Taylor. “With restaurant partners being able to accept orders easily on Google, restaurants can extend their reach with customers and give users alternatives to engage directly with the restaurants.”
Jason’s Deli is the first Revolution partner available to order directly from Google Search and Google Maps. Orders received from Google leverage Revolution’s Order One point of sale integration, so orders flow directly into the restaurant’s POS. Additionally, delivery orders on Google will trigger Order One’s Ground Control delivery enablement, allowing restaurants to fulfill orders with their own fleet or through one of Revolution’s delivery partners.
“Google’s direct ordering feature as part of our customer experience optimizes online ordering opportunities for our restaurant operations and also dramatically improves convenience for our customers,” said Amy Schuster, director of IT of Jason’s Deli.
More information on Revolution and its Google integration is available at rrtusa.com.