HungerRush announced it has acquired Kansas-City based Menufy, an online food ordering platform and network. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Since 2009, Menufy has been helping independently-owned restaurants drive both growth and profitability through a compelling online website and mobile app ordering experience designed around a restaurant’s brand. By adding Menufy to its portfolio, HungerRush intends to create immediate and long-term value for its now nearly 20,000 current and fast expanding base of restaurants in more than 3,000 cities across the United States.
This transaction is expected to deliver meaningful benefits to HungerRush and Menufy’s combined customers that will allow HungerRush to further expand its technology and market reach in the industry. Together, the two companies will build on the success of the HungerRush 360 cloud POS system and the Menufy suite of online food ordering functionalities.
[37% of restaurants say integration with a third-party delivery system is driving their next POS upgrade -- HT's 2021 POS Software Trends report.]
With Menufy, HungerRush gains an established online ordering platform that scales quickly. Menufy offers swift onboarding of new restaurants that will now be able to take advantage of HungerRush’s extensive portfolio of integrated software and hardware products. Menufy’s customers will have access to AI-driven text ordering, marketing and delivery.
[32% of restaurants say using data to understand guest preferences and behavior is driving their next POS upgrade -- HT's 2021 POS Software Trends report.]
HungerRush will continue building the right solutions for its restaurants. It will also focus on diverse payment and device options, better money management options, as well as tools that heighten personalized engagement with customers.