The more delivery services the better it seems, at least for Miami-based Pincho Factory, which announced expanded partnerships with UberEats, Postmates and DoorDash as it looks to get its grilled skewers and burgers in the hands of more consumers. The third-party delivery services, along with online ordering from Olo, are rolling out at all 10 Pincho Factory locations this fall.
“When seeking delivery providers that best fit Pincho’s needs, we believe we found the winning formula in these great partners who understood the brand and our goals for expanding our delivery offerings,” said CEO Jayson Tipp in a statement. “After a year’s worth of testing, we’ve determined that a multi-pronged third-party delivery strategy is the most effective method to bring convenience and accessibility of Pincho’s menu to our guests.”
Pincho has five company-owned and five franchised restaurants in South Florida, and Tipp noted the delivery component is part of the brand’s overall strategic growth plan to drive profitability.
“We have taken profitability very seriously when it comes to delivery and the success of our franchise partners’ operations, and adding strategic delivery to our menu of ordering options is yet another way we continue to innovate as we continue to grow our footprint in the future,” said Tipp.