Couple Offers Ordering and Delivery System Geared To Be Easy for Restaurants

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Online ordering and delivery has quickly become an extremely valuable and integral part of the restaurant industry. Nearly every restaurant has had to adapt to this new system or close their doors. Despite being handled by various companies — ranging from monolithic to mom-and-pop — their business models are almost all the same. For Nick and Amy Bonanno and their startup Curbside Ninja, helping out restaurants came first; money could wait. The Bonannos are the founders and owners of Simple Media, a creative agency in Dallas that focuses on web development and social media strategy for the companies. One of their clients, an Italian restaurant, expressed displeasure with how inefficient their third-party delivery drivers were, and how they were being charged a 32% commission for the service. “We had thought about the business before,” Nick says. “It initially was a wish, but when the shutdown happened, it became a necessity.” With restaurants like the ones he worked with for Simple Media in mind, he founded Curbside Ninja.Third-party delivery services such as Uber Eats and DoorDash offer their services with commission-based pricing. Restaurants that make more in delivery sales pay more in commissions — a simple system that works for some, assuming it’s not …

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