HungerRush Adds New Features for Digital Ordering

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HungerRush Adds New Features for Digital Ordering

06/01/2020

HungerRush, formerly Revention, has accelerated the development of its restaurant management system to focus on what restaurant owners need the most; optimized digital ordering, delivery, and take-out/pickup. The seamless integration between digital ordering and delivery features added to the company’s 20-year track record as a leading order management provider, quickly and easily moves restaurants
into the new digital age.

HungerRush is a fully integrated restaurant management system that lets the restaurant own the relationship with their customer. It creates guest experiences that drive repeat business, makes customer data accessible that can be analyzed and put into action, and creates operational efficiencies that increase profit margins. All in an easy-to-use and highly configurable system that includes digital ordering, loyalty and rewards, delivery management and support, takeout and curbside communications, no contact capabilities, and reporting and management HUB.
 

New Integrated Features
The HungerRush restaurant management system has added new features for digital ordering, takeout/pickup, and delivery:
•       Introducing HungerRush Drive which provides visibility for restaurant owners to track drivers progress, increase efficiency and throughput, and save on labor cost
•       No-contact delivery capabilities for customers
•       Message notification to expedite curbside pick-up
•       Third-party order and delivery services integration with DoorDash,
GrubHub, Postmates, UberEats, and hundreds more.


What Restaurants Are Saying
“Thanks to having 5,000 loyalty program customers stored in the HungerRush point-of-sale database, we were able to quickly communicate the new curbside pickup and no-contact delivery options. Getting the word out through email and Facebook has increased our business by 75%.” Mike and Vicki Nelson, Little Pop’s NY Pizzeria

“Our average ticket size is also much higher with online orders, averaging $48 while orders placed by phone were typically in the $28 to $30 range. It’s a sizeable jump. We thought some of our call-in business would transfer to online but adding online ordering capability just added more sales. We had to rebuild the layout of our kitchen to avoid bottlenecks and improve the flow just to keep up with the additional orders.” Rick Smith, Hometown Pizza

“Once I switched to HungerRush, I saw a 30% increase in sales. This allowed me to open a second location. There was no question if I was going to go with it for my second location. The online ordering platform, HungerRush, is fantastic. My customers love it! I always receive five-star ratings from HungerRush surveys. I would definitely say that switching was a great investment.” Douglas Hunter, Heady’s Pizza