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Foodics Chooses GetSwift to Support Delivery in Middle East
Foodics Has Processed Over 1 Billion Order to Clients at Over 7,000 Locations

Foodics, the main cloud-based point of sales (POS) administrator for restaurants in the Middle East, has chosen GetSwift Limited (Australian Securities Exchange: GSW) as its restrictive coordination’s platform to control home delivery over the region.

GetSwift provides a software as-as-service (SaaS) stage to customers in the restaurant sector and numerous different businesses to improve deliveries by giving dispatching, order management and routing. The New York-based organization likewise offers corresponding services, for example, shift management to simplify worker scheduling and payroll.

"Following a broad audit process, we are exceptionally satisfied to band together with GetSwift as we expand our services to include delivery," said Saleh Al-Ghamdi, Channel and Partnerships Manager at Foodics.

The understanding will empower Foodics to effectively help existing and new customers include another income stream with its new conveyance service upheld by GetSwift. Foodics gives its customers – which incorporate significant café shops, restaurant chains, food trucks, pizza shops, bakeries, and that's only the tip of the iceberg – with cloud-based POS software inside a helpful iPad interface.

Foodics as of now offers POS services to customers at more than 7,000 locations in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Egypt.




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