The food industry’s revitalized focus on health and safety has opened a door for many businesses. With so many restaurants clamoring for equipment to meet society’s new safety standards, businesses that specialize in tech and sanitation are flourishing. Foremost among these is Grubbrr, one of the industry’s leading suppliers of self-ordering technology. With their latest line of contact-less ordering products, Grubbrr stands ready to provide businesses with everything they need to save money, increase revenue and maintain a safe workplace.
“The whole point of Grubbrr’s products is to eliminate inefficiencies in the workplace while providing a better and safer service to customers,” said newly appointed CMO Jeremy Brooks. “At the top of that list is lowering labor and increased revenue. Minimum wage is rising across the country, and while this is good for some, how can we expect small businesses to weather that when the industry is already strapped for revenue? When Covid hit, it exposed that one of the flaws of this industry is that it has always been slow to embrace technology. With our products, businesses can easily eliminate unskilled labor, almost entirely from their front of the house labor costs.” Not only can businesses enjoy significant bottom line savings with Grubbrr’s solutions, it also improves customer experience and increases revenue, simultaneously.
“People don’t go to restaurants to admire the architecture or hang out with Covid looming, they go because they’re hungry. By utilizing kiosks and other screen displays, not only is the entire process expedited, customers are able to buy with their eyes. The kiosks and mobile ordering solutions provide enticing images of each menu item followed by an upsell, which encourage customers to buy more without the looming pressure of a cashier or being embarrassed by what they order,” added Brooks.
These aren’t just lofty claims. As seen on their eponymous YouTube channel, Grubbrr has already found great success with Florida sushi restaurant, Sus Hi. “After adopting Grubbrr technology, Sus Hi expanded drastically, and it now operates in nine different locations,” said Brooks. “Using our technology, they increased their revenue by over 50 percent. This was in the middle of Covid, while their neighbor’s shutdown around them left and right. It’s been incredible helping these people and growing together with them, you really can’t make these stories up.”
Safety and experience is paramount. The less a dining experience is in the hands of some foreign body, the better for a customer. The more they believe their meals are in the hands of strangers behind closed doors, the more their imaginations can run wild and they assume the worst. With Grubbrr technology, not only are employees safer, but every step of the dining experience is also in the hands of the customer. This gives them peace of mind, and the less a business causes them to worry, the more likely they are to return.
Grubbrr offers multiple ways to access their products. While businesses can choose to buy software outright on an annual basis, most opt for the software-as-a-service option, as it tends to be more convenient. In terms of hardware, Grubbrr can break costs down into monthly payments, which may be much more appetizing for restaurants operating on reduced revenue. “Costs are entirely tailored to the specific needs of each business,” explained the veteran CMO.
Beyond their existing products, Grubbrr has also been working hard for over a year and half on perfecting their new food locker technology. “Our food lockers are the embodiment of the contactless experience,” touted Brooks. “Customers will be able to order from their phones, and then pick up their food by inputting a code sent back to them once the food is ready.
Grubbrr Tech will be especially useful in large venues such as stadiums. Grubbrr is set to make another debut in the professional sports vertical, deploying its technology for another NFL team this month. Lastly, integration of Grubbrr tech is nearly seamless. “Because we have already partnered with all the legacy POS systems, integration is easy. We can have kiosks and kitchen/expo display systems installed and operational within a few hours,” added Brooks.
Although they are fairly new on the scene, Grubbrr, founded by tech veterans with vision and a strong intuition for where the industry is headed, has already made a huge splash. Now, Jeremy Brooks and the rest of the Grubbrr team stand ready now more than ever to help propel the food industry into the future. “In the past, restaurateurs opposed to technology could get by. Now however, they don’t have a choice. That’s where we come in, we make adapting to the future exciting, easy and effective.”
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