Little Caesars has decided to use Deliverect to scale and integrate its third-party delivery operations.
Deliverect integrates online orders from food delivery channels like DoorDash and Uber Eats. Their platform includes features such as menu management, online ordering, and dispatch.
Little Caesars is currently the world’s third-largest pizza company. Known for the convenience of its HOT-N-READY items and its self-service mobile order pick-up stations, the company is expanding its use of third-party delivery partners.
Deliverect will provide Little Caesars a means to connect its third-party delivery channels to its point-of-sales system through one integration. Little Caesars will also be able to manage menus and pricing across all of their stores.
This collaboration is expected to yield increased order accuracy, higher customer satisfaction, and a higher volume of delivery orders.
“As we continue to grow our presence around the globe, the ability to provide our customers with greater delivery options and to help our locations more efficiently offer delivery services, like we’re doing together with Deliverect, is paramount,” Keith Faigin, global vice president, of e-commerce & data analytics at Little Caesars said in a statement.
Little Caesars has stores in 28 countries and territories. Consumers can order Little Caesars through the company’s website, mobile app, as well as third-party delivery channels.
Zhong Xu, CEO and co-founder of Deliverect, commented that they were uniquely positioned to support Little Caesars due to their existing relationships and integrations with global third-party delivery partners.