inhousedelivery.com, a developer of delivery technology solutions, launched the beta version of its all-in-one delivery solution for restaurants. Available for US customers, inhousedelivery.com provides restaurants with a seamless solution for managing online orders, employee scheduling, and driver dispatch, allowing businesses to quickly and easily manage deliveries internally.
Priced at $99 / month subscription fee (plus $1 per delivery facilitation fee), using inhousedelivery.com, restaurants are now able to eliminate third-party delivery commissions.
inhousedelivery.com’s subscription-based model enables businesses to repurpose existing employees and eliminate the substantial commission costs charged by third-party delivery services. In-house or native delivery was the topic of one of the Restaurant Next sessions.
Through the inhousedelivery.com platform, customers and restaurant managers can track orders in real-time via browser and mobile interfaces. Restaurants receive proof of delivery by either photo or signature and can easily request customer feedback post-delivery. Customers can contact drivers directly with any questions or changes directly through the inhousedelivery.com web interface or mobile app.
inhousedelivery.com integrates with existing online ordering platforms, including ChowNow, CloudWaitress, Delivery.com, Drizly, E-hungry, EatStreet, Gloria Food, GrubHub, Menufy, Slice, Squarespace, Toast online, Wix, and Zuppler.
Most restaurants cannot afford full-time drivers, which is why in addition to the launch of inhousedelivery.com, the company has also opened early registration of their secondary platform Driversharing.com, a service that allows restaurants to share their drivers both between locations and even different restaurants.