Menufy, a commission-free, online ordering system for independently owned restaurants and small chains in the U.S., announced on Tuesday it has integrated with Square to help businesses increase their digital ordering volume. Through the integration, restaurateurs that use a Square for Restaurants point-of-sale (POS) system with Menufy can now benefit from streamlined workflows, improved web visibility, and reduced technology costs.
Menufy further revealed that the integration will also support curbside pickup to minimize indoor contact amid today’s heightened public health concerns and inventory synchronization to ensure that a restaurant’s menu is continually up to date.
“Restaurants that currently use a Square POS system but do not provide digital services or delivery can take advantage of Menufy’s on-demand solutions. Restaurants receive a free, branded website and marketplace listing and can offer carryout and contactless delivery service in thousands of cities in the U.S.”
While sharing more details about the integration, Susan Escher, Menufy CFO, stated:
“We’re thrilled to integrate with Square, a fintech innovator that empowers businesses of all shapes and sizes like many of our partner restaurants. As part of our freemium offering, this seamless integration brings operational harmony at no additional costs for restaurateurs.”
Launched in 2009, Menufy is described as the brainchild of passionate restaurant operators and their tech-minded friends who couldn’t wait for their problems to be solved by someone else.
“Customers can order directly from the restaurant’s website or from the Menufy portal or app, which accept more payment options than any other restaurant e-commerce system, including cryptocurrency payments such as Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Gemini Dollar (GUSD), USD Coin (USDC), Paxos Standard (PAX), and Binance USD (BUSD) at participating restaurants.”