San Antonio, TX: The Re-turnz app is featured by CBS KENS-5 News in collaboration with Sichuan House restaurateur, Kristina Zhao, on how utilizing the app for food deliveries can help restaurants generate revenue without invasive delivery fees.
Amidst the COVID-19 era, restaurateurs are left with empty dining rooms and expensive delivery apps that cut into their already depleted revenue. As an alternative, restaurants are utilizing the Re-turnz platform to process their delivery orders with gig drivers.
Re-turnz offers restaurants a flat rate delivery fare determined by the restaurant. This pricing format outpositisions apps like UberEats, DoorDash, Postmates, and Favor who take an overall percentage from the restaurant that can be as much as 30% of the total sale. By moving away from the primary delivery apps, restaurateurs regain lost market share of their menus.
Re-turnz also enables business owners to enlist their furloughed employees as drivers as a way to indirectly support their staff. This allows delivery revenue to stay within the restaurant’s network.
Collaboration between the Re-turnz team and Kristina Zhao’s Sichuan House exemplifies how logistics innovation can create a business model that generates revenue and withstands the toughest of times.