Vromo, a delivery management system for restaurants, has announced the launch of its integration on the Toast point-of-sale platform. Vromo said this new integration will strengthen delivery capabilities for thousands of restaurants in the U.S.
In its official announcement of the news, Vromo said this integration will enable restaurants to scale their delivery operations in an efficient and profitable way in order to keep up with the growing demand for food delivery.
Toast is a cloud-based restaurant platform with more than 180 technology partners “who deliver specialized technology solutions and services to help restaurant operators increase sales, engage guests and keep employees happy,” according to the release.
“We are excited to offer our customers Vromo’s delivery management software solution and direct integration with Toast,” says Keith Corbin, senior director, business development from Toast. “This Toast integration provides our restaurant customers with an advanced, automated dispatch solution to efficiently manage their self-delivery channel, third-party delivery fleets, or a hybrid of both. We are proud to work with the team at Vromo that prioritizes supporting the restaurant sector.”
Vromo software was designed for the restaurant sector and works with restaurant brands that operate their own delivery fleet, third-party fleets or a combination of both. The software offers a hybrid delivery feature whereby deliveries can be redirected to third- party drivers when the restaurant’s core delivery team is not available. For restaurants finding it difficult to hire drivers or are struggling with driver capacity, Vromo claims its product has led to significant improvements in fulfillment levels as well as improved service levels.
“We’re delighted to integrate with Toast and are excited to help Toast customers strengthen their delivery capabilities,” said Vromo CEO Brian Hickey. “Our goal is to make food delivery more profitable for restaurant brands and we do this by offering a solution that automates, drives efficiency and improves the customer experience. We also offer multiple third- party delivery fleets so that restaurant brands have access to the best service levels and the lowest delivery costs in the US. We’re excited to work with Toast and play our part in bringing even more value to their customers.”
Other benefits for restaurants as a result of this integration include reliable driver ETA, order stacking and, branded order tracking that allows customers to track their driver to their door whilst receiving branded content and messaging for both driver and customer updates.