Order For Me, a leader in restaurant dine-in mobile convenience, has partnered with Ordermark, a leading mobile-order aggregation technology service for restaurants, to help draw new customers, by providing the most safe and convenient way to dine out.
The process is quick and simple - guests find a participating restaurant from the Order For Me website, seat themselves at a restaurant, scan a QR code located on the table, order food and pay - all from their own mobile phones. Orders are printed directly to the restaurant's kitchen through Ordermark. With the challenging times presented this year, restaurants have had to find new solutions to support the increased customer demand for a safer dine-in experience. Order For Me delivers safety by default, while Ordermark offers the solution aimed to keep restaurants operating through delivery.
“We’re extremely excited to partner with Ordermark and offer thousands of restaurants a completely integrated, digital dine-in solution. Order For Me provides a convenient and safe tableside dining experience through guest phones, which minimizes contact and interaction between customers and employees. Ordermark has the best integrated solution for compiling platforms like ours to easily be adopted by restaurants throughout the USA. We’re proud to stand with them on the forefront of restaurant tech innovation” stated Michael Jordan, the CEO and Founder of Order For Me.
“In response to the challenges 2020 has brought for restaurants, our brand has continued to seek innovative partners to help offer creative solutions and we are thrilled to team up with Order For Me to focus on creating a safer experience for all diners,” stated Alex Canter, the CEO and Co-Founder of Ordermark.
About Ordermark: Ordermark (ordermark.com), founded in 2017, is one of the fastest-growing restaurant technology service providers in the mobile online ordering space. Ordermark helps restaurants increase efficiency and grow profits by aggregating mobile orders across all of the major online ordering service providers into a single dashboard and printer. Ordermark powers the technology behind Nextbite, one of the early pioneers in the virtual restaurant space. Nextbite’s portfolio of virtual-only restaurant brands generates incremental orders for under-utilized kitchens. Born in the kitchen of the world-famous Canter’s Deli in Los Angeles by a fourth-generation restaurateur, Ordermark was built, tested, and refined from the perspective of a restaurant operator. Ordermark’s thousands of customers include small, single-location restaurants and many of the world’s top restaurant chains including Popeyes, Which Wich, and Yogurtland. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in Denver.