Stop missing out on tips – even with 3rd party food delivery
Traditionally if you spotted a courier whizzing through town, you might expect the precious cargo on board to be urgent paperwork, legal documents or perhaps some crucial plans for a development meeting. Now, that package is more likely to be a Pad Thai, a Gourmet Vegan Burger, Burritos or even a Hawaiian poke bowl.
As working habits have changed, technology has advanced and consumer palettes become more open to world cuisines and adventurous flavors, the gourmet takeaway sector has exploded in popularity with brands like Grubhub and UberEats becoming household names.
Grubhub generated $1.8 billion revenue in 2020, a 39 percent increase year-on-year. They also reported 31.4 million active users, who order food from the app at least once a month.
Whilst we acknowledge that these delivery apps allow for the driver to be tipped, we also believe the people preparing your food should get a share.
TiPJAR provides a solution to this, we give the restaurant the chance to affix their unique code to delivery packaging, giving the customer the ability to tip based on service quality and the understanding and assurance as to who their tip goes to.
Consumers demanded more convenience, greater choice and easier ordering processes and the market has duly, and quite literally, delivered. Such punchy numbers and exponential growth however, are not without their public controversies and delivery brands continue to deal with stories of staff exploitation, the emergence of ‘dark kitchens’ and public health issues such as obesity linked to poor diet and the consumption of fast food.
Home delivery of course, is not going anywhere. Or more accurately it will continue to go everywhere.
Ensure your team has the chance to earn tips no matter how the food is being ordered.
We offer a no strings, no obligation free trial of our system. Book a chat with us today and we will help your team and business grow with TiPJAR®!