This week brings more big news in the online food delivery space. On Tueday, UK-based food ordering startup Just-Eat acquired rival Meal2Go, which offers the first electronic point-of-sale (EPOS) system for managing takeout orders in the independent restaurant sector in the UK. The acquisition is significant because it marks Just-Eat’s push to offer its 38,000 restaurant partners additional services.
“This move is part of our wider strategy to make the bolt-on acquisitions and partnership deals that will ensure we continue to innovate and drive further significant growth for our takeaway restaurant partners, ” UK Graham Corfield, Marketing Director of Just-Eat, tells TechCrunch.
While the acquisition only adds 1,100 Birmingham-based restaurants to Just-Eat’s existing partners, it allows Just-Eat to expand the reach of the EPOS technology throughout the 13 countries in which it operates, something that could give it a leg up on competitors like Delivery Hero and FoodPanda.
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its recent acquisition of Meal2Go will mean for the company’s restaurant partners.