Bringing Your Food to the Foodies: Zomato Launches Online Ordering Services

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Bringing Your Food to the Foodies: Zomato Launches Online Ordering Services


The worsening traffic situation, the limits of seating capacity, and the increasing search for convenience has led to the growth of the home delivery segment, and this is still expected to grow by 30-40% over the next five years. Food establishments have seen the benefit - they realize better revenues outside of their four walls, achieving better economies of scale, and maintain and foster consumer loyalty.

Zomato Philippines, the leading online and mobile restaurant discovery platform, makes the solution even more seamless and beneficial, by giving consumers the power to discover and order food from their favorite restaurants around Metro Manila with the launch of Zomato Order. Zomato already helps millions of Users find complete restaurant information, with updated menus, photos, ratings and reviews, and geocoded coordinates; and now, these users can even order directly from Restaurants via Zomato.

Zomato has announced the launch of its online ordering services in Manila through a strategic investment in homegrown logistics leader Quick Delivery. Quick Delivery is a pioneer in the Philippine food delivery and takeout market, and has exclusive partnerships with over 1,200 restaurants. Leveraging on Quick Delivery's leadership position in the corporate segment, its exclusive restaurant agreements, and a loyal customer base, Zomato is in a position to make a strong entry into the Philippine delivery market. With no investment required to go live, and an easy-to-use App for merchants to accept and deploy orders directly from Users, the Zomato-Quick Delivery service enables Restaurants to realize revenue seamlessly.

"The delivery market in the Philippines has the potential to be one of the largest in Asia. …

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