With the Order & Delivery platform, integrators can now retrieve images of menu items options via our API.
Clients using Xenial POS with Order & Delivery have the option of implementing levels for menu items options. Some examples of levels include “normal,” “light,” and “extra.”
Curbside vehicle information flows through the POSitouch integration for Order & Delivery. This enhancement provides the in-store staff with more clarity about pickup.
Clients that use POS menu sync now have more flexibility regarding how their menus are displayed online. POS-synced menu options can be collapsible, and merchants can introduce visual menu items through the O&D portal.
We now support contactless dining for POSitouch users. Guests are able to view the menu, order multiple rounds, and close their check using their mobile device. This safe, contactless dine-in experience is available to all.
Handoff customers can toggle specific marketplaces on and off. This helps brands minimize negative guest experiences due to third-party service disruptions.
The branded iOS app now supports iOS 13.6.1.
Moving forward, all Android apps will meet Google’s target API level of 29.
Integrators can now retrieve curbside vehicle information through our API.
We’ve made some updates to our Aloha integration to enhance Order & Delivery functionality:
Our branded app updates include the following: