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Pay the check securely on your phone, all payment forms accepted
A MUCH NEEDED SOLUTION FOR
INCREASE TABLE TURNOVER
While your customers self order, you can reopen with reduced staffing needs.
Customers pay instantly for each order, this saves time and increases table turnover rates.
Add a menu item, or remove an item on the fly with one single tap on your phone.
MEET HEALTH GUIDELINES
Protect your staff and guests. Removes frequent touch points, and supports contact tracing.
Checkout collects each customer's email address. Perfect to follow up with new menu promotions.
SERVE A NEW NORMAL
Supports Dine-in, Pickup, Self-Delivery, Catering, and even Meal-Kits.
We waive our 1% fee per transaction for the month of July 2020. Regular payment processing charges apply.
Our July/August update will include a full POS integration.
DOWNLOAD, CREATE MENU, SERVE
Download our free app now to get started in minutes. In a few clicks you create your menu and get back to business. You'll be notified immediately when new orders are placed, including table number or pickup note, and customers' email to support contact tracing.
You can download the app on as many devices as needed. No POS hardware, no subscriptions, no contracts.
ZeroTouch Order and Pay allows for reduced staffing needs, saving up to $100 per server per day, and increases table turnover.
Share your menu with your customers using one of our promotional templates (e.g. "Support Your Locals") as an alternative to ordering platforms that charge 10%+ commission per transaction.
PICKUP AND SELF-DELIVERY SAVINGS
ZeroTouch Order and Pay charges 1% commission per transaction, for dine-in, pickup, and self-delivery. No contract or subscriptions. PayPal payment processing fee is 2.9% + 30c per transaction.
WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK
Download the ZeroTouch app now to get started in minutes! Create your menu in a few steps and you can immediately receive orders and payments. Our solutions supports contact tracing, increases table turnover rates, and saves on payroll to get you back on your feet.
Our development team will release additional features regularly. And let us know if there is a specific feature you’re looking for. Together we can do this.
ZeroTouch Order and Pay is created by the founders that are behind successful companies like TraceabiliT (consumer product transparency) and Hausmart (a micro-retail platform).
Please let us know if you have any questions, or simply want to reach out to us. We're here to help!
"69% of restaurant goers find waiting for the check the most frustrating part of the dining experience"
This is a good reason to go contactless as it puts customers in control of checkout, which means a faster table turnover rate. More importantly, as American businesses begin to reopen, informed consumers will be reluctant to touch shared devices like pinpads and payment terminals, and they won't be enthusiastic about handling cash. Contactless mobile payments will become a necessity for public health.
"New data show that American restaurants are in for a long rehabilitation, one that might take more than a year"
A recent survey shows that nearly 65 percent of restaurant owners believe that it will take three months to a year before they can return to normal operations. The more upbeat news is that most owners say they hope to be open in some capacity in the next six weeks: Among currently shuttered restaurants, 85 percent plan to be open in some form by then — if not completely, then with reduced service or takeout options. ZeroTouch Order and Pay is here to help on the short term, and the long term.
By the Numbers: Here’s What Reopening America’s Restaurants Is Going to Look Like
"When we go back to eating out, more of us will pay with our phones"
Restaurants are betting people will want to peruse digital menus instead of physical ones and opt for mobile ordering rather than paying at the register with cash or credit card.
For companies like Starbucks and Chipotle, mobile orders are a way to speed up the line and serve more people. Plus, people who order digitally usually spend about 20 to 30 percent more, said Peter Saleh, restaurant analyst at BTIG. Restaurants that want to switch to mobile ordering can get started here.
When we go back to eating out, more of us will pay with our phones