The Delivered Cravings! Unboxing the Happiness
ONCE UPON A TIME, people use to prefer traditional ways of having their meals, in the very rare cases or occasion the preference was given to have “OUTSIDE FOOD” with limited options of restaurants.
But after a time-lapse, the food business started to evolve and with an increase in the count of restaurants they came up with a wide range of choices with different cuisines, ambiance, authenticity and etc.
And in such a scenario very few people chose to go with food delivered to the doorstep from restaurants which cost a lot more than eating at the restaurant itself.
But the scenario now has completely emerged and with the busy schedules and increase in needs of people to fulfill their taste buds, people jumped from “Actually going and eating” to “Order it-get it delivered-and eats system”. So observing this need of people, many people took a step forward in developing and introducing food delivery apps. With loads of offers included and mainly cutting the efforts and cost of the people buying it. From which the app which flourished its business of food delivery service outside India and in India with widespread the customer base is UBER EATS.
UBER EATS is the highest paying food delivery app for the people who are working for it. Moreover due to the introduction of UBER EATS offices in Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities, the employment ratio has increased and helped many people to work and earn and also to work part. Many people who were jobless are now getting paid well with all the facilities provided to the employees.
How UBER EATS benefits the people working for them:
The employees working in operations of UBER Eats have a very precise process and their main work is to just work on including more restaurant owners into business with their wide-reaching campaigns and to improve the process to serve the best and fast to customers.
Secondly, Uber Eats has the largest network of partner-drivers who can help you get your deliveries fast. Most probably because they are using their own custom mapping technology. Which becomes ease for them to get reach people accurately and on time.
It’s a ready-made technology on your fingertips. The delivering employees have to just follow the standard procedures with the branding equipment’s along and begin the work, with all the expenses provided for fuel, insurance of assets you carry while delivering, Health insurance, other festive perks and etc.
Uber Eats is all about meeting the needs, which is why their employees are trained to put emphasis on effective and accurate data collection that can provide their partners with valuable business insights.
After keen research, we can say that UBER EATS is best at:
FOOD DELIVERY TIME: There are many food delivery apps that are Indian based but Uber eats, on the other hand, has come recently in the Indian markets but has significantly managed to reduce delivery times.
OFFERS AND DISCOUNTS: Uber eats is a heavily funded company and it can be reflected in their offerings and discounts. Competitors, in order to catch up with Uber Eats, have started giving fare discounts but these offers are limited because it is mandatory for a user to pay online and not cash on delivery.
RESTAURANT OPTIONS: Uber Eats gets many votes for the better service for a number of reasons. First, there is no minimum order amount. Also, Uber EATS has collaborated with top food chains like McDonald’s, Subway, Burger King and many more till the best fast foods from the streets. Which is a win-win situation for both parties? The food provider gets a strong customer base because of the very fewer delivery charges and Flat Discounts on the food delivering App. So people ordering benefits with a plus advantage- a burger costing Rs.100 at the live place will obviously cut short the cost because of daily offers, flat offers, seasonal offers provided by the food delivery app.
DELIVERY CHARGES AND TAXES: Again Uber eats clearly wins here and the reason is again the funding it’s receiving. When we say Uber eats is all about satisfying customer’s hunger, they are just talking about the food. They exist to meet the needs of restaurant owners who want a faster way, more efficient way of getting their food to customers. So delivery charges are very minimal and only exceeds if the distance traveled is much more than the standard ones.