As part of its mission to provide clients with a best-in-class digital ordering service, Preoday has integrated with US-based delivery management platform Tookan, improving delivery services with optimized routes & real-time tracking.
In response to a growing demand for Tookan end-to-end delivery management solutions, JungleWorks has integrated Tookan’s delivery management platform with Preoday’s online and mobile ordering platform. It enables food and retail business to manage deliveries seamlessly. It also helps companies to communicate smoothly with customers and to take data-driven business decisions.
Preoday’s mission is to help businesses serving food and beverages around the world improve revenue and customer experience through digital ordering. Its platform lets customers explore, order online and pay for their food, beverages, and merchandise, for collection or delivery.
Tookan is different from the other global players as it is a customizable, smartphone-based, off-the-shelf platform customized for businesses, that gives its clients the luxury of starting operations instantly.
Samar Singla, Founder of Jungleworks, comments, “The combination of Tookan and Preoday will make food and retail businesses smarter and their customers happier. JungleWorks’ experienced team comprising of project managers, business analysts, and trainers, all backed up with dedicated support, looks forward to providing a first-class service to new adopters of these wonderful and easy-to-use solutions.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday adds, “The partnership is a good fit: both companies are ‘technology first’, with teams made up of B2B technology specialists. We are both used to working with clients and partners of all sizes for the long-term; we are as comfortable working with multinationals with complex procurement procedures, as with individual takeaways.
“There is a revolution happening in the food and retail industry as technology becomes entwined with the lives of end-customers. JungleWorks and Preoday, together are leading the revolution on behalf of businesses, advising and supporting them as they adopt the technologies that will make a difference to their customers and the bottom line.”
If you are interested in Preoday’s mobile and online platform, in conjunction with Tookan’s delivery management, get in touch today with email@example.com for a free demo.
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