Optimize on-demand delivery routes with real-time, predictive and historical data
Many on-demand companies are starting to rely on fast, accurate and robust mapping and location technologies in order to stay competitive and to provide superior end-user experience. Find out how real-time, predictive and historical traffic data can be applied to traffic-enabled routing algorithms for vehicles and trucks, influencing individual route calculations. Plot multiple routes automatically by using matrix routing and waypoints sequencing.
Discover how the HERE location platform is able to communicate updated ETAs to your customers in real-time. Once equipped with traffic-enabled navigation, your mobile application can adjust ETA calculations as traffic conditions change or in case the driver deviates from the planned route. These adjustments are communicated via an established connection between driver and dispatch/back-end, and can be manually or automatically shared with the customer.
As one of the world’s leading location platforms in 2018, HERE shares insights and solutions to improve transportation efficiency and safety.
Third-Party Food Delivery Services:
Navigating the Ever-Changing Waters
A report generated by the analysts at Morgan Stanley in July 2016 calculated that the restaurant industry in the United States generates nearly $500 billion per year in revenue comprised of dine-in, carry-out, and delivery orders. Of this $500 billion, the delivery market carves out a $30 billion share, of which $11 billion is generated from online orders. This $11 billion estimate is only the tip of the iceberg, with Morgan Stanley estimating that the total food delivery market should be valued at $210 billion.
Entrepreneurs and investors have certainly taken note of this potential, resulting in a tremendous amount of growth for companies that offer food delivery services. But in a sea of investment and development, the question remains – how does changing market for food delivery affect restaurants? Restaurant owners, both large and small, are now shifting their business practices to make room for these new food delivery services, and those changes have led to new benefits, struggles, challenges and costs.
Download this whitepaper to examine some of the common issues that impact your restaurant business and brand when it comes to 3rd party food delivery.