Orderin, has teamed up with transportation network company, Taxify | IOL Lifestyle

Food delivery service, Orderin, has teamed up with transportation network company, Taxify, to expand and grow their customer base in South Africa.

The partnership will offer incentives to customers and additional earning power to Taxify drivers.

“It all comes down to scale, with more scale we can offer greater efficiency to our customers and reduce our prices – even further. The collaboration will be promoted through social media, in car and in app. Discount coupon codes will be offered to first time OrderIn and Taxify users and ongoing exclusive incentives will be made available to regular customers”, said Chief Executive Officer and founder of Orderin, Dinesh Patel.

Asked how orderin is different from other delivery services, Patel said most of the restaurants on their app are priced the same as in store. If they do add a mark-up, they let their customers know.

“All other apps mark-up the pricing significantly without letting you know. Another differentiator is that 100% of the delivery fee and tip goes to our drivers – none of our competitors do that. And even though we charge R10 delivery fee, which is the lowest in the country, we also top our drivers up with additional incentives. We’re also the only app to offer businesses the ability to save up to 45% on all work meals, via our B2B solution. But those are tangible differences; what’s more important to us is our customer.

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