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Allset Introduces Free Contactless Ordering for Restaurants Nationwide
Los Angeles-based food pre-ordering platform Allset today announced the launch of its free Contactless Ordering solution to help restaurants provide a safer and more seamless dining experience to in-store guests.
FREMONT, CA: Diners can place orders for pickup or dine-in, pay, and track order status securely from their phones, reducing the need for interaction with the restaurant staff.
"The new low-contact dining environment is a challenge for everyone. We want to help restaurants better adapt to the situation, meet the government guidelines for re-opening, and keep the guests and employees safe while delivering the same great dining experience," says Stas Matviyenko, CEO of Allset. "We believe that today we lay the ground for a safer and more seamless era of dining out, as the post-pandemic world will be more digitized and there will be a greater appreciation of on-demand convenience."
How the new feature works
1. Guests scan a unique QR code near the entrance or at the table.
2. Place orders for pickup or dine-in and get notified when the order is ready.
3. Restaurants can serve guests fast and with minimum human contact.
4. Customers that ordered on-site via Allset remain commission-free for a lifetime.
Benefits for restaurants
- Commission-free orders for takeout and dine-in.
- Reduce lines and improve table turn times.
- Avoid unnecessary interactions and touching menus, credit cards, and cash.
- Discount on first order for all customers paid by Allset.
The new feature is entirely free and works for restaurants in all categories of full service, quick-serve, and so on. It's already available at selected restaurants in all participating cities and rolled out throughout the platform in the coming weeks.