Chilango set to be one of the first to test out new delivery technology


Restaurant chain Chilango will be among the first companies to implement a new technology to help with online food orders and delivery.

Mobile and online order technology provider, Preoday, has teamed up with Centegra, a cloud-based electronic point of sale (EPoS) firm, in a bid to combine their respective services and offer a new technology to benefit the foodservice industry.

Chilango, one of London’s leading restaurant chains, will now receive orders placed online via a new mobile app or web ordering page, powered by Preoday.

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These orders will then be sent directly to the Centegra provided EPoS and, as a result, Chilango can manage remote orders and keep financial data in one place, without the need to reconcile online payments with in-store transactions.

Centegra and Preoday hope the new technology, which allows companies to combine payment, marketing and management, will give clients ease and control over their front of house and back office environments.

Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday, said: “In Centegra we see a technology company with ambitions that match our own. Together we can offer clients, from single site businesses to international enterprises, a breadth of experience as trusted suppliers to their markets and a promise to take their ordering and payment capabilities to a higher level.”

Tom Bell, managing director of Centegra, said: “Preoday provides a service that is swiftly becoming essential for foodservice operators and caterers, we are excited to work with them to guarantee clients have access to a first-class ordering technology that works seamlessly with our own EPoS solutions.”

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