Watch: Nirvana XP Launches Uber Eats Like Platform

Nirvana XP is launching its Driver app at the National Restaurant Association Show fromMay 19-22. It addresses the biggest challenge for foodservice operators, who pay lots of money risking potential food mishandling by third-party food delivery. Restaurants are losing 20-40% of the revenue per order to third-party food delivery companies. With the app, restaurant operators can control when they want to deliver.

In an industry with high overheads and tight profit margins, this means reduced profitability. “The launch of Nirvana XP’s Driver app provides a welcome relief to restaurant owners, who cannot afford not to offer food delivery, but are seeing revenue eaten up by third-party food delivery companies,” Kris Parikh, founder, and CEO of Nirvana XP

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