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PAR, Inc. (PAR), a global restaurant technology company, and provider of unified commerce solutions for enterprise restaurants, has announced the integration of MENU Link with Grubhub, a leading online and mobile food ordering and delivery platform. This partnership seamlessly integrates Grubhub and PAR Brink POS®, PAR’s innovative cloud-based point-of-sale system.

Building on PAR and Grubhub’s existing partnership, MENU Link automatically syncs menu items, pricing, and other order information between PAR Brink POS® and Grubhub. This marketplace order management solution sends incoming orders directly to the restaurant’s kitchen without staff needing to manually enter them, reducing errors, saving time, and providing restaurant managers with robust reporting on all Grubhub orders.

With this feature in place, restaurants can easily manage Grubhub delivery and pickup orders directly within PAR Brink POS. This streamlines operations for kitchen and front-of-house staff while also providing centralized control over menus across all channels.

Savneet Singh, CEO of PAR said “How people experience food has drastically changed — especially among millennials and Gen Z — with the surge in delivery services. While delivery provides diners with seamless ordering, it also creates ‘tablet hell’ for restaurants juggling multiple apps.” With this integration MENU Link solves this problem by integrating all major delivery services into one system giving restaurants the capabilities they need to thrive on digital demand.”

This unified approach eliminates confusion, costly errors, and duplicative work that often comes with managing multiple tablets from various delivery services. With MENU Link restaurants gain access to store-level information

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