CaterZen adapts software to allow for food deliveries


Software specialist CaterZen has worked since the beginning of March to update its program for restaurants and caterers, which now allows the coordination of food deliveries.

In the face of the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent government restrictions on restaurants, CaterZen realized that many businesses would be going delivery-only in a bid to survive.

The update to CaterZen’s software now acts as a platform through which foodservice establishments can receive food delivery orders.

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This, CaterZen hopes, gives companies the opportunity to feed isolated families and key workers.

The software provides a full delivery package, including allowing customers to order through an app and aiding delivery drivers in reaching their destination.

“Our clients were impacted by mass cancelations of catering orders. They started offering home delivery of family meals and to-go orders to make up for lost sales,” explained Michael Attias, founder of CaterZen. “Through client feedback, we quickly modified our software to serve their new needs.

 “In this time of uncertainty and anxiety, offering delivery customers a tool to see exactly where their order is and the expected delivery time helps alleviate a bit of stress.”

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