Your Favorite Restaurant Could Be Coming to Uber Eats

When Uber Eats started in 2015, it looked very different from the delivery service we know now. During the app’s San Francisco debut, service was only available in the city’s financial district from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. but all deliveries were promised within 10 minutes or less. SF Gate reported at the time that the restaurants participating …

Uber Eats integrates with Toast, Clover

Dive Brief: Uber has partnered with Toast and Clover to allow U.S. and Canadian restaurants to join Uber Eats directly through the POS providers, Uber Eats wrote in an email to Restaurant Dive. Orders on Uber Eats’ platform will be processed by the POS providers, allowing for easier management of menus, items and ordering through …

UBER EATS MAKES IT EASIER FOR SOME RESTAURANTS TO SIGN UP

Uber Eats is making it easier for some restaurants to sign up for its services. Operators that use Toast or Clover can now create an account with the third-party delivery provider directly through their POS systems. A tighter integration between Uber Eats and the suppliers simplifies the process, allowing restaurants to get set up in …

Vromo Officially Integrates with Toast

Vromo, a delivery management system for restaurants, has announced the launch of its integration on the Toast point-of-sale platform. Vromo said this new integration will strengthen delivery capabilities for thousands of restaurants in the U.S. In its official announcement of the news, Vromo said this integration will enable restaurants to scale their delivery operations in …

Toast built a $30 billion business by defying Silicon Valley and surviving a ‘suicide mission’

Toast’s first backer, Steve Papa, invested in the company because no venture capital firm would write the initial check. By the time Bessemer Venture Partners led the first institutional round in 2015, the company had millions in revenue, 170 employees and was deployed in thousands of restaurants. “We intentionally chose not to put reps in …

Tech Tracker: Kitchen United CEO gives details on massive cross-industry fundraising

Tech Tracker rounds up what’s happening in the technology sector of the restaurant industry, including news from restaurants, vendors, digital platforms, and third-party delivery companies. This month, our main story comes from an interview with Kitchen United CEO Michael Montagano, who gave some insight into the ghost kitchen company’s recent $100 million fundraising round, with …

Toast checks into hotels

Dive Brief: Toast has added Toast for Hotel Restaurants, a product aimed at helping hotel restaurant operators streamline their operations, increase revenue and process room charges directly from the point-of-sale. The suite’s other features include check splitting, automated course firing and dish modification, and provides insights on prep time from the kitchen to dine-in or takeout. …

Toast Announces New Products to Help Restaurants Quickly Access Sales, Make Takeout and Delivery More Profitable and Better Retain Employees

BOSTON, November 16, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Toast (NYSE: TOST), the all-in-one platform built for restaurants, today announced a number of new products at Spark, its restaurant innovation event. Designed to help restaurants succeed as the industry undergoes rapid digital transformation, additions to the Toast platform address increasing challenges of accessing sales faster, profitably managing takeout and delivery …

Toast plans to organize chaos of delivery orders at restaurants

Restaurant technology company Toast announced several new products on Tuesday intended to deepen its ties to the industry. The Boston firm already provides hardware and software to help restaurants take orders and payments as well as manage payroll. The new products include software to better manage takeout orders from third-party delivery services such as DoorDash …

Restaurant-software maker Toast valued at nearly $33 billion as shares surge in debut

Toast Inc fetched a valuation of nearly $33 billion in its New York Stock Exchange debut on Wednesday, as shares of the restaurant software provider jumped 63%, underscoring a deep investor appetite for fast-growing software firms. The stock opened at $65.26, compared with its initial public offering price of $40 per share. The valuation marked …