MunchOn Inks Deal With Chowly For Online Food Orders

MunchOn, the New Jersey restaurant online ordering provider, announced Wednesday (March 22) it inked a preferred partnership agreement with Chowly, the Chicago company that provides software and services for the restaurant industry.

In a press release, MunchOn said under the terms of the agreement it is able to serve as a third-party online ordering solution for restaurants using point-of-sale (POS) platforms supported by Chowly. The integration will save restaurants time and money by reducing the man hours needed to correctly input and fulfill online orders, MunchOn said in the release.

“The Chowly partnership propels us across a once-impenetrable barrier in the online order to restaurant data chain,” said James Russo, president, Odin Holdings LLC. “Giving restaurants affiliated with MunchOn the ability take and fulfill online orders through their existing POS systems is a huge win and will provide a solid foundation for future growth.”

Brian Duncan, partner at Chowly, said creating partnerships like the one with MunchOn is why Chowly was created.

“Our goal is to provide a hands-off, fully functioning POS integration solution for innovative and forward-thinking food tech companies who are looking to provide real solutions for their customers,” said Duncan.

MunchOn is a new, subscription-based online ordering platform that gives restaurants the ability to market, receive and fulfill online orders with a secure payment gateway. MunchOn is a brand and platform developed by Odin Holdings LLC, a Mountain Lakes, N.J.-based firm focused on software and marketing solutions for the restaurant, foodservice and hospitality industries.


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