LOS ANGELES – With goals of increasing delivery areas, reducing delivery costs and enhancing digital marketing efforts of foodservice operations, Dylish, an online ordering platform, announced a partnership with DoorDash on Sept. 27.
Dylish offers restaurant operators and foodservice chains a subscription-based ordering platform that allows diners to access the Dylish ordering web page by clicking on participating restaurants’ “order now” button and selecting items from the menu. Dylish sends online orders directly to restaurants and includes pickup instructions for the assigned DoorDash delivery driver. Offering its subscription service for as low as $49 per month, Dylish provides order-receiving hardware to each restaurant to ensure online orders blend in with the flow of each kitchen’s production process.
The Dylish digital platform’s full online offerings include a customized web page and smart phone apps for each restaurant client as well as marketing material, social media promotions, QR codes, tablets and printers. With DoorDash on board, Dylish said it can now offer its delivery services to almost any location in the country.
“Dylish has been in development for three years, launching in April 2020 amid the pandemic,” the company said. “So, we already know exactly what restaurants have been going through, and we quickly reached out to them, helping our clients to cut way down on their delivery and takeout fees. Those savings get passed on to customers as well.”
DoorDash said it is committed to connecting diners with the food they desire in their cities, including food from restaurants and grocery stores.
“We started facilitating door-to-door delivery, but we see this as just the beginning of connecting people with possibility – easier evenings, happier days, bigger savings accounts, wider nets and stronger communities,” the company said.