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Deliverect records 10 million orders, to expand its market footprint

Deliverect records 10 million orders, to expand its market footprint

Belgium based tech-startup Deliverect that helps connect third-party delivery platforms and food companies around the globe, recently announced the completion of 10 million orders via its platform.  This news comes 13 months after the firm declared that it had processed its first million orders and showcases the growth trends of both Deliverect and the online food ordering business.

Notably, a subscription-based offering, Deliverect directly connects with the restaurants’ POS software system, automating the online order flow through a single point. When a take-out or delivery order is received from external services such as Deliveroo, Uber Eats,, Glovo, and others or from any online ordering platform like Shopify, Flipdish, WooCommerce, and Slerp, Deliverect’s software intercepts the orders, processes it and sends it straight to the kitchen. 

According to reliable sources, within two years of its operations, the tech firm has processed more than 10 million orders from customers based worldwide, running their software to forward the food orders to the restaurant’s business systems.

Seemingly, the company has gained popularity due to the increasing dependence of the people on online food ordering. Deliverect has also showcased gains owing to its partnership with various enterprise customers like KFC, Taco Bell, MAX Burgers to name a few.  

In a statement by Zhong Xu, the Co-Founder, and CEO at Deliverect, the food delivery business has registered rapid developments primarily during the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic due to the restrictions in dine-in options as announced by the governments to control the rising cases of infections.

A Belgian SaaS company founded in 2011, Deliverect removes the need for restaurant staff to manually punch orders and constantly monitor multiple devices. It reduced the chances of errors and helps balance the staff workload.

Along with providing a single interface for online food orders, the Deliverect platform also extends centralized menu, consolidated reporting, and inventory management. For the record, the company is currently working towards expanding its reach to markets in Australia, the United Arab Emirates, the Nordics, and Mexico.


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