Now, Uber Eats has a new feature. Given the increasing demand for food delivery and people’s constant search for new restaurants and new varieties of food, the Uber Eats engineering team in Hyderabad, which is involved in the end-to-end development of innovative consumer and merchant-facing products for the global market, has developed this new feature.
The new feature offers restaurants the option to use their own delivery staff while getting orders from the Uber Eats platform. In short, it offers flexibility for restaurants. The engineering team helps grow the delivery business globally, including scaling a business line, which allows merchants to join Uber Eats while using their own delivery staff.
Also, on busy days, they can use the Uber Eats courier partners to deliver orders to meet excess demand or to deliver to a wider geographic radius within a city. On the other hand, the customers get a more comprehensive list of options right on their food ordering app. The new feature is aligned with Uber’s goal of offering restaurants a wide range of options that they can choose from based on their business fit.
As of today, Uber Eats is a successful e2e business catering to restaurants across 25 countries that include the UK, United States, Spain, Australia, Japan, Netherlands, France, Poland, Portugal, Mexico, Canada, and other countries.