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A while back somebody asked what the advantages and disadvantages are to these third party food delivery platforms.
Although the feedbacks were great, they were scattered.
So I spent the last 3 weeks researching and compiling all the data I could gather of the 4 most popular platforms (GrubHub, DoorDash, UberEats, and Postmates).
Today, I've decided to share with you everything I have learned.
If you're not into reading (because I sure don't... xD), I've also made a video that's a lot more comprehensive than what I will be posting below. (For some reason my post got flagged so I'll post the YouTube link in the comment below.)

So here it goes:

Pros:
  1. Marketing: GrubHub alone had over 22 million users in 2019. DoorDash had over 19 million users in 2019. Because these platforms have such a large user base, it's easy to see how they can help generate business for restaurants. Unlike promoting on Google Ads or Facebook Ads, advertising on these platforms put you directly in front of hungry customers. In addition, aside from catering to local customers, tourists who visit your city will also seek out your restaurant via these food delivery platforms.
  2. Business Boost: McDonald saw 19% ($4 billion) of its total revenue coming in from its third party delivery partners. According to the NPD Group, an American market research company, restaurants should expect a 20% increase from these delivery platforms. As more and more people utilize these services, restaurants can expect an even bigger increase in sales. On this subreddit, people have seen an increase in revenue between 5-30%. Putting yourself on these delivery platforms will definitely increase your revenue. No doubt about that. Also, food delivery allows you generate more revenue without the need to expand your restaurant capacity.
  3. Convenience: These food delivery apps provide convenience to customers and restaurant operators alike. Customers who have disability or are stranded at work can utilize these platforms to order yummy food from restaurants. Restaurant operators don't need to worry about hiring their own in-house drivers, driver insurance, company car, and the need to host their own online delivery platform (ChowNow). When the weather is horrible outside, customers are less inclined to go out, but you can still reach them with these delivery services. Let's take the current situation for example, restaurants are forced to close down due to COVID 19, but they can still run their business with delivery and takeout. Without these delivery platforms, most of us will really be struggling to make ends meet.

Cons:
  1. High Commission Fees: The commmission fees can range from 15-30%, but the with the average hovering around 25%. Some restaurants partnering with Uber Eats have reported to paying as high as 30% in commission fees. The profit margin in the restaurant industry is around 5% so yes these commission fees are way too high and will eat into your profit margin. If you're in the quick service restaurant industry, you might not suffer as much as those in the full service restaurant industry.
  2. POS Integration: POS systems were never designed with these third party delivery apps in mind. They can't receive orders from multiple third party delivery platforms. You will need 1 tablet to run each of these delivery apps and then enter all the orders individually into your POS system. Some may argue that you don't need to partner with all of the third party delivery apps. Other argue that you should partner with as many as you can to put yourself out there in the public. One solution to this problem is to integrate a software that's designed to streamline and integrate all third party delivery orders into your POS system. This way the orders from these platforms will automatically show up on your POS system (Upserve).
  3. Delivery Flaws: Sometimes the food is made, but are just sitting there on the counter for a long time before somebody finally comes to pick it up. In worse case scenario, nobody comes to pick it up. Why? Because customer who ordered it is probably 10 miles away from your restaurant so the couriers refuse to drive that far for little money. If the food is cold, spilled, or late, the restaurant gets the blame and also garnered a bad review. According to a study by Off-Premise Insights in 2018, 82% of the customers blame the restaurants for any bad experience with their online orders, and not the delivery companies.
  4. Quality: Convenience. Kills. Quality. Some food are just not meant to be delivered and won't survive the long journey to the consumers especially on a summer day. What happens if a customer gets food poison? Well, remember that 82% of the customers pin their blames on the restaurants. And if you look at the Terms of Services on those third party delivery platforms they explicitly deny any responsibilities if something goes wrong.
  5. Lack of Upselling: We all know that most of the profits don't come from the meals. They come from beverages, appetizers, and desserts that we're able to upset while the customers are in our establishment. Very rarely do customers order coke or any type of dessert when they order delivery. If you sell alcoholic beverages, which has a high profit margin, you'll be disappointed to know that numerous cities prohibit the delivery of alcoholic beverages.
  6. Less tips: Most people who order takeout don't leave tips. On these delivery platforms, users are given the choice to leave tips.....to the drivers. There's no option where they can actually tips the restaurant establishment. Your staffs are going to resent you for having them to work harder for less tips. This results in employee turnover. And we all know how expensive and time consuming it is to train a staff.
  7. Cannibalization: The number of on-premise dining is slowly being cannibalized by the number of off-premise dining. As more people resort to eating at the comfort of their home with Netflix, they are less inclined to eat out. A 2018 survey reported by Morgan Stanley showed that "50% of consumers use delivery apps to directly replace visiting the actual restaurant." Looking at the current trend of the restaurant industry, off-premise dining will soon surpass that of on-premise dining. And that's very bad news because we all know that even as off-premise dining is on the rise, our profit margin will continue to shrink since delivery has always been less profitable as our dine-in orders.
  8. Kitchen Backlog: Delivery orders can easily overwhelm your kitchen especially when you're partnering with all 4 of these popular delivery apps. Sure, you can turn them off during peak hours and only use them during off-peak hours, but you can never predict when a large group of customers will suddenly walk through your door. Sometimes your off-premise customers will clash with your on-premise customers. There are several negative Yelp reviews (you can see it on my YouTube video) where the customers are tired of waiting for so long while the couriers go in and out the door with bags of food, or that the servers are less attentive because they're busy packaging the delivery orders.
  9. Food Stealing: Yeah, it's real. And it's quite common as well. In a 2019 survey conducted by US Foods, an American food service distributor, 54% of the 500 food delivery drivers surveyed admitted to being tempted by the smell of the customer's food, and 30% of the drivers confessed to eating the food they're suppose to be delivering. That's like 1 in 4 drivers! You can find some to these disturbing videos on YouTube as well.
  10. Shady Business Practices: There are too many to go into detail here so I'm just going to list them here and if you want to know the details then please head to my YouTube video. (DoorDash courier's tipping policy, delivery companies delivering without restaurants' consent, price inflation/increasing your digital menu prices on their platforms without your permission, GrubHub domain fiasco, GrubHub/Yelp call charges lawsuit.
  11. Environmental Impact: Even if you don't care about the environment I'm just gonna put it here anyway. Food delivery is on the rise, and so is the mountain of trash these food packagings are generating. The World Economic Forum estimated that people throw away 40 billion plastic utensils every year in the US alone, and 120 billion pieces in India annually. 79% of the world's plastic is not recycled, harming wild lives and clogging infrastructures. In 2019, UberEats stepped up their environment effort and initiated an "Utensil Opt-In" policy whereby consumers must personally request for straw, cutlery, and other miscellaneous items if they want them.
  12. Lack of Loyalty: I'm not talking about the lack of loyalty for the restaurant establishments. I'm talking about the lack of loyalty among these third party delivery platforms. Consumers typically go to apps that are offering free deliveries or some type of discount promotions. As you can see, users are being treated so well by these delivery companies while their restaurant partners get the short end of the stick. And how can these delivery companies afford to hand out free deliveries so generously? Oh yeah, it's because the restaurants have to pay 15-30% in commission fee to compensate for that side of loss.
And that's it!
Do you think it's a good idea to partner with these third party delivery services?
They're sure to help you generate more revenue, but does this revenue mean profit to your or does it end in a loss?
There are 2 camps of restaurant operators:
  1. Advocates. Those who think that if "you can't beat them. You join them." There's no doubt that off-premise dining is on the rise and if you don't get into it you'll get left behind.
  2. Critics. Those who don't want the hassle of dealing with these third party delivery companies and know full well that partnering with them will ultimately lead them to bankruptcy.

Thanks for reading, and stay safe! :)
submitted by Tigero123 to restaurateur

Third Party Food Delivery (Pros and Cons)

A while back somebody asked what the advantages and disadvantages are to these third party food delivery platforms.
Although the feedbacks were great, they were scattered.
So I spent the last 3 weeks researching and compiling all the data I could gather of the 4 most popular platforms (GrubHub, DoorDash, UberEats, and Postmates).
Today, I've decided to share with you everything I have learned.
If you're not into reading (because I sure don't... xD), I've also made a video that's a lot more comprehensive than what I will be posting below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHXM7BvAuW0&t=273s

So here it goes:

Pros: 1. Marketing: GrubHub alone had over 22 million users in 2019. DoorDash had over 19 million users in 2019. Because these platforms have such a large user base, it's easy to see how they can help generate business for restaurants. Unlike promoting on Google Ads or Facebook Ads, advertising on these platforms put you directly in front of hungry customers. In addition, aside from catering to local customers, tourists who visit your city will also seek out your restaurant via these food delivery platforms.
  1. Business Boost: McDonald saw 19% ($4 billion) of its total revenue coming in from its third party delivery partners. According to the NPD Group, an American market research company, restaurants should expect a 20% increase from these delivery platforms. As more and more people utilize these services, restaurants can expect an even bigger increase in sales. On this subreddit, people have seen an increase in revenue between 5-30%. Putting yourself on these delivery platforms will definitely increase your revenue. No doubt about that. Also, food delivery allows you generate more revenue without the need to expand your restaurant capacity.
  2. Convenience: These food delivery apps provide convenience to customers and restaurant operators alike. Customers who have disability or are stranded at work can utilize these platforms to order yummy food from restaurants. Restaurant operators don't need to worry about hiring their own in-house drivers, driver insurance, company car, and the need to host their own online delivery platform (ChowNow). When the weather is horrible outside, customers are less inclined to go out, but you can still reach them with these delivery services. Let's take the current situation for example, restaurants are forced to close down due to COVID 19, but they can still run their business with delivery and takeout. Without these delivery platforms, most of us will really be struggling to make ends meet.

Cons: 1. High Commission Fees: The commmission fees can range from 15-30%, but the with the average hovering around 25%. Some restaurants partnering with Uber Eats have reported to paying as high as 30% in commission fees. The profit margin in the restaurant industry is around 5% so yes these commission fees are way too high and will eat into your profit margin. If you're in the quick service restaurant industry, you might not suffer as much as those in the full service restaurant industry.
  1. POS Integration: POS systems were never designed with these third party delivery apps in mind. They can't receive orders from multiple third party delivery platforms. You will need 1 tablet to run each of these delivery apps and then enter all the orders individually into your POS system. Some may argue that you don't need to partner with all of the third party delivery apps. Other argue that you should partner with as many as you can to put yourself out there in the public. One solution to this problem is to integrate a software that's designed to streamline and integrate all third party delivery orders into your POS system. This way the orders from these platforms will automatically show up on your POS system (Upserve).
  2. Delivery Flaws: Sometimes the food is made, but are just sitting there on the counter for a long time before somebody finally comes to pick it up. In worse case scenario, nobody comes to pick it up. Why? Because customer who ordered it is probably 10 miles away from your restaurant so the couriers refuse to drive that far for little money. If the food is cold, spilled, or late, the restaurant gets the blame and also garnered a bad review. According to a study by Off-Premise Insights in 2018, 82% of the customers blame the restaurants for any bad experience with their online orders, and not the delivery companies.
  3. Quality: Convenience. Kills. Quality. Some food are just not meant to be delivered and won't survive the long journey to the consumers especially on a summer day. What happens if a customer gets food poison? Well, remember that 82% of the customers pin their blames on the restaurants. And if you look at the Terms of Services on those third party delivery platforms they explicitly deny any responsibilities if something goes wrong.
  4. Lack of Upselling: We all know that most of the profits don't come from the meals. They come from beverages, appetizers, and desserts that we're able to upset while the customers are in our establishment. Very rarely do customers order coke or any type of dessert when they order delivery. If you sell alcoholic beverages, which has a high profit margin, you'll be disappointed to know that numerous cities prohibit the delivery of alcoholic beverages.
  5. Less tips: Most people who order takeout don't leave tips. On these delivery platforms, users are given the choice to leave tips.....to the drivers. There's no option where they can actually tips the restaurant establishment. Your staffs are going to resent you for having them to work harder for less tips. This results in employee turnover. And we all know how expensive and time consuming it is to train a staff.
  6. Cannibalization: The number of on-premise dining is slowly being cannibalized by the number of off-premise dining. As more people resort to eating at the comfort of their home with Netflix, they are less inclined to eat out. A 2018 survey reported by Morgan Stanley showed that "50% of consumers use delivery apps to directly replace visiting the actual restaurant." Looking at the current trend of the restaurant industry, off-premise dining will soon surpass that of on-premise dining. And that's very bad news because we all know that even as off-premise dining is on the rise, our profit margin will continue to shrink since delivery has always been less profitable as our dine-in orders.
  7. Kitchen Backlog: Delivery orders can easily overwhelm your kitchen especially when you're partnering with all 4 of these popular delivery apps. Sure, you can turn them off during peak hours and only use them during off-peak hours, but you can never predict when a large group of customers will suddenly walk through your door. Sometimes your off-premise customers will clash with your on-premise customers. There are several negative Yelp reviews (you can see it on my YouTube video) where the customers are tired of waiting for so long while the couriers go in and out the door with bags of food, or that the servers are less attentive because they're busy packaging the delivery orders.
  8. Food Stealing: Yeah, it's real. And it's quite common as well. In a 2019 survey conducted by US Foods, an American food service distributor, 54% of the 500 food delivery drivers surveyed admitted to being tempted by the smell of the customer's food, and 30% of the drivers confessed to eating the food they're suppose to be delivering. That's like 1 in 4 drivers! You can find some to these disturbing videos on YouTube as well.
  9. Shady Business Practices: There are too many to go into detail here so I'm just going to list them here and if you want to know the details then please head to my YouTube video. (DoorDash courier's tipping policy, delivery companies delivering without restaurants' consent, price inflation/increasing your digital menu prices on their platforms without your permission, GrubHub domain fiasco, GrubHub/Yelp call charges lawsuit.
  10. Environmental Impact: Even if you don't care about the environment I'm just gonna put it here anyway. Food delivery is on the rise, and so is the mountain of trash these food packagings are generating. The World Economic Forum estimated that people throw away 40 billion plastic utensils every year in the US alone, and 120 billion pieces in India annually. 79% of the world's plastic is not recycled, harming wild lives and clogging infrastructures. In 2019, UberEats stepped up their environment effort and initiated an "Utensil Opt-In" policy whereby consumers must personally request for straw, cutlery, and other miscellaneous items if they want them.
  11. Lack of Loyalty: I'm not talking about the lack of loyalty for the restaurant establishments. I'm talking about the lack of loyalty among these third party delivery platforms. Consumers typically go to apps that are offering free deliveries or some type of discount promotions. As you can see, users are being treated so well by these delivery companies while their restaurant partners get the short end of the stick. And how can these delivery companies afford to hand out free deliveries so generously? Oh yeah, it's because the restaurants have to pay 15-30% in commission fee to compensate for that side of loss.
And that's it!
Do you think it's a good idea to partner with these third party delivery services?
They're sure to help you generate more revenue, but does this revenue mean profit to your or does it end in a loss?
There are 2 camps of restaurant operators: 1. Advocates. Those who think that if "you can't beat them. You join them." There's no doubt that off-premise dining is on the rise and if you don't get into it you'll get left behind.
  1. Critics. Those who don't want the hassle of dealing with these third party delivery companies and know full well that partnering with them will ultimately lead them to bankruptcy.

Thanks for reading, and stay safe! :)
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