EatStreet and Uber announced plans that will further expand the companies’ online food delivery reach beginning with the Chicago market. EatStreet will integrate a new private API for UberRUSH into existing infrastructure that will optimize restaurant delivery placed through EatStreet’s online and mobile platforms.
Partnering with UberRUSH to power additional delivery opportunities will benefit both EatStreet diners and restaurant partners. “In a large city like Chicago, getting the fastest delivery, even within less than a mile, is paramount,” says Matt Howard, EatStreet CEO and co-founder. Read the full release at WisBusiness.com here.