Payment Cap, Mobile Apps and More Latest Restaurant Tech News

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Here we are in the process of preparing for the upcoming restaurant technology conference in Spain, corner (August 17). Daily Virtual Events restaurant owners and managers, restaurant technology companies, investors and many more will share their thoughts on restaurant business digitization.

Meanwhile, a lot of information is coming out of this sector about what the future digital restaurant will look like. Here are a few popular episodes from last week

New York City Commission Paid Capital has been extended to 2022.

During the outbreak, NCC was one of the first cities to request commission services on third-party shipping services such as Dordash and Grubub. Big Apple currently wants those payments to be kept at 15 percent (up to 30 percent on regular payments per transaction), and recently announced that the minimum number will remain in place for the rest of the year and will continue until next year. The law was introduced to four other bills for the purpose of providing third parties, one of which prohibits non-partner restaurant details and one of which prohibits payment for phone orders that do not go to the right transaction.

All of this is a sign that city officials are becoming increasingly involved in the often uncontrolled and often controversial third-party delivery. San Francisco has already fixed payment caps, and NYC will have a greater impact on other cities. The outbreak was not the same as the first payment cap that was introduced at the beginning of the epidemic. NYC, followed by many other major cities and dozens of middle-class countries across the country, quickly followed suit.

Homebase will spend $ 71M on the restaurant team management platform.

Homebase, SMB Management Forum, Matthew Macongohei and Athletes Jru and Lauren have announced a series of fundraising campaigns by a number of well-known investors. The company will use the new money to develop more digital equipment to automate manpower and payroll operations.

While Homebase is not just a restaurant technology platform, its focus on small, local businesses is beneficial to billions of free restaurants due to their strong digital platforms. The Homebase SaaS platform offers things like a digital program developer, a clock that can be integrated with POS systems and pay and employment software. Working together, all of these small businesses can save time and, therefore, two things Indie restaurants can use more than these days.

Bluestone Lane launches new application for all command channels.

A year ago, the Australian-inspired cafe chain Bluestone Lane was quickly launching its own mobile app in response to the damage to the COVID-19. Fast forward to now, and the company has launched a new proprietary app that not only runs out of directory orders, but also feeds and delivers.

The ability to process orders for food on and off campus is now uncommon in the restaurant business. So far, most mobile apps have been focused on delivering, picking up and delivering orders – understandably, because those were the only channels available to consumers for more than a year.

But with the advent of dining rooms, mobile phone orders continue to grow in popularity. Finally, most mobile applications serve outdoor food and dining in the dining room. The recent release of Blueston Lane gives us a glimpse of how those will work in the future.

More headline news

Gopf confirms latest $ 1 billion funding round – new funding coming after Goff expected $ 1.5 billion this March.

DoorDash Expands Spiritual Kitchen Operations in California – DoorDash Kitchens San Jose features six different restaurant concepts from nationally recognized restaurants and the San Francisco Bay Area.

Pizza vending company has recently announced that it is using the Basil Road to raise $ 20 million for its pizza machines.

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