LevelUp Partners with delivery.com to Add More than 12,000 New Restaurants to App

BOSTON, Sept. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Today, LevelUp, a leading restaurant technology provider connecting restaurants and consumers through mobile order ahead, announced a partnership with delivery.com to provide more restaurant options to LevelUp and Chase Pay app users. In turn, delivery.com benefits by giving their restaurant partners nationwide access to more consumers and incremental orders from LevelUp. Through LevelUp’s exclusive distribution channels, like Chase Pay, even more consumers will have access to thousands of additional restaurants nationwide to place their mobile order-ahead.

“delivery.com has been a key player in driving growth in the local restaurant economy across the country. Through this partnership, we are driving more business to its restaurant partners while providing LevelUp users with even more dining options when ordering ahead,” said Seann Moriarty, head of partnerships at LevelUp.

delivery.com restaurants will receive LevelUp-powered orders the same as any other delivery.com order, requiring no additional processes or tech. For consumers using LevelUp partner apps, delivery.com’s 12,000+ businesses are now readily available to order from with a few taps. Any restaurant partner working with delivery.com will have immediate access to millions of consumers across LevelUp partner apps or distribution channels.

“Our partnership with LevelUp gives our restaurant partners access to a vast network of local consumers, which in turn leads to more orders for our small businesses,” said Nat Brogadir, VP of business development and finance at delivery.com. “Offering restaurants additional visibility and traffic through the LevelUp integration with our API is just another way delivery.com is constantly expanding our offering for our merchants.”

delivery.com restaurant partners not only benefit from more consumers through LevelUp’s engaged network of users, but also from the company’s other strategic partnerships. delivery.com restaurants will show up in the LevelUp app for consumers to order from as well as through the restaurant category of the Chase Pay app. As LevelUp adds new, strategic partners, delivery.com’s network will find additional value from those partnerships.

About LevelUp

LevelUp aims to build the next-generation mobile payment network, connecting consumers and merchants with a seamless payments experience that blends payments, analytics and rewards. LevelUp is bringing this technology to market in three distinct ways; via the LevelUp app which lets consumers order ahead and skip the line at their favorite lunch spots, embedded into partner restaurant apps to provide a full-stack customer engagement solution, and via an open developer platform that powers over 200 mobile apps. LevelUp is based in Boston, MA and backed by leading investors such as Google Ventures, Highland Capital and JPMorgan Chase.

About delivery.com     

delivery.com empowers the neighborhood economy by enabling customers to order online from their favorite local restaurants, grocery stores, wine and spirits shops, and laundry and dry cleaning providers. Every day, delivery.com customers explore their communities and order from more than 12,000 local businesses while at home, at work, or on the go. With headquarters in New York and a growing presence throughout the U.S., delivery.com makes ecommerce an integral part of local daily life, helping customers shop, businesses grow, and neighborhoods thrive. delivery.com is a trademark of Delivery.com, LLC.

 

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