Ordrslip and Square using their digital specializations to help smaller franchises stay relevant in the digital age, empowering them to build and manage their own online ordering services

Restaurant-specific app developer Ordrslip and digital payment method Square are partnering to help small restaurants create their own mobile apps. Outsourcing online orders to companies like Uber Eats and Grubhub can be pricey and negatively impact the control more modest businesses have on their image, which Ordslip hopes to change by providing assistance to franchises with fewer resources and smaller supply chains.

To help these businesses manage their digital presence and online orders, the Ordrslip and Square collaboration lets them create a custom app on their own terms that will leave an impression on customers and make managing both the customer service and business aspects of restaurant ownership affordable and feasible.

As mobile and digital presence is increasingly important to maintaining a business of any size in today’s world, Ordrslip and Square want to empower smaller establishments to foster and manage their own digital services.

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Lead image: ordering food online stock photo from Nikola Stanisic/Shutterstock

Restaurant-specific app developer Ordrslip and digital payment method Square are partnering to help small restaurants create their own mobile apps. Outsourcing online orders to companies like Uber Eats and Grubhub can be pricey and negatively impact the control more modest businesses have on their image, which Ordslip hopes to change by providing assistance to franchises with fewer resources and smaller supply chains.

To help these businesses manage their digital presence and online orders, the Ordrslip and Square collaboration lets them create a custom app on their own terms that will leave an impression on customers and make managing both the customer service and business aspects of restaurant ownership affordable and feasible.