After announcing a big partnership with Yelp, food delivery startup Eat24 releases its own point-of-sale system designed for restaurants that have a high volume of online orders.
Online food delivery services Seamless and Grubhub are now one and the same.
ChowNow gives restaurants streamlined mobile-and-online-ordering templates and marketing consulting services.
OpenTable and GrubHub own the app-based food ordering space, right? So how does a small startup break into the market?
Guest Post GoPago is making a big pivot, and Square is getting yet another competitor. GoPago this morning announced GoPago Live, a complete point-of-sale and payments system that it’s offering for free.
I’ve spent much of the last year talking about how the sites small businesses rely on to advertise and promote themselves — think Yelp and Groupon — are failing them. In fact, helping small businesses at the local level is extremely challenging for technology companies, for the following reasons:
Guest Post Silicon Valley’s greatest asset is the brilliant minds that roam the buildings and inhabit the coffee shops. Since moving back to Silicon Valley in June, I’ve met a lot of amazing people. On average, they are the smartest people I know. I have conversations on a regular basis that I just can’t have anywhere else. Yes, I’ve worked with smart people in other places, but the concentration here is unique.
Online food-ordering company Seamless announced today it has acquired MenuPages, another restaurant-centric site known for its extensive database of up-to-date menus and user-generated reviews.