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  1. 1. Mobile Food Ordering Key features for mobile food ordering • Allow customers to order from iPhone, iPad, Android, and all other smartphones • Notifications made via email and small receipt printer integration (optional –see below) • Online food ordering widget available to place on restaurant website- so customers can also order at your website, in addition to via your App. • Customize currency, takeout / delivery, delivery fee, delivery radius, free delivery, convenience fee, times in which they can order, tax, and more. • Payment integration with PayPal, Google Checkout, and • Customize the mobile food ordering systems look and feel • And much more...
  2. 2. How do restaurant customers benefit? • Customers can make an order directly from home or office • They can easily find and select restaurant locations and choose the preferred time for pick-up • No waiting on hold, no standing in lines, no order mistakes as customers control the process • Order history allows customers to select from past orders stored in the system • Customers can easily customize their orders • Integration with Google Maps allows them to have driving directions • No need to go into the restaurant with curbside takeout convenience • Easy and fast promotions, including specials, coupons and discounts, information about locations, hours of operation, menus, nutritional info…etc.How do restaurant employees benefit? • Employees no longer have to spend time on the phone • With up-to-date online ordering solutions many tasks performed by staff are automated • No need to handle money, payments are integrated inside the app • Save your restaurant money by reducing time spent handling an orderStatistics supported by National Restaurant Association Survey: • 60% of adults 18 – 34 are more interested in home delivery than dining in the restaurant • Half of the consumers said they would take advantage of a delivery service from their preferred restaurants if it were available • 35% said they have or would order online from their favorite restaurant • Nearly 20% of customers have already placed online orders and made online reservation • Nearly 70% of operators regard online ordering as an up-and-coming order innovation
  3. 3. • Nearly 40% of customers say that they would like to receive an e-mail daily from their favorite local restaurant to know what the specials are for that day • Nearly 20% of quick-service restaurants provide their clients with an online ordering option • Most popular restaurant chains get about 25% of their orders through online and mobile orderingHow do restaurant owners benefit? • More orders • More money spent per order • More repeat customers • Increase restaurant bottom line • Direct return on investmentYour customers are mobile - is your business?
  4. 4. Receipt PrintersHow do I connect printers with Google Cloud Print?Last Updated: Apr 13, 2012 09:47AM PDTGoogle Cloud Ready PrintersFor the best Google Cloud Print experience, we recommend that you use a Cloud Ready printer. CloudReady printers connect directly to the web and don’t require a PC to setup: you can connect one to yourGoogle Cloud Print account in seconds, and immediately start printing to it.What printers can you use?HP ePrint Printers | Kodak Printers | Epson Printers • Google Cloud Print works with all HP ePrint printers. Simply register with your ePrint email address on our HP registration page. • If your printer is a Kodak Cloud Ready Printer, follow these instructions on Kodak’s website for Setting Up Google Cloud Print. • For Epson printers, follow the instructions for Setting up Google Cloud Print.See more information here: