From FoodBev Media: Kuwait’s leading restaurant franchise operator, Kout Food Group, has tapped GetSwift (Australian Securities Exchange ticker: GSW) to provide some of the first technology-driven fast food delivery in the country for brands including Burger King,...
From FoodBev Media: In November 2018, Australian restaurant chain Red Rooster launched an ambitious month-long campaign: If the company – which has over 300 restaurants – didn’t deliver food to customers in under 30 minutes they would give them a free roast chicken....
Why Customer Analytics Matter For The Last Mile Advanced analytics can help companies better understand their customers and the environment that they are in. This is particularly important when dealing with a large and fragmented customer base – as most...
GetSwift’s head of tech answers why he got into logistics, the future of the industry, and how to build a game-changing company culture. Before joining GetSwift, Dennis Noto’s career had spanned nearly every facet of the technology industry. Most recently, as the...
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