Paymentsense launches free tool to help restaurants take orders online

Tuesday 24 March 2020 11:28 CET | News

UK-based fintech Paymentsense has launched a scheme empowering small restaurants to take online orders amidst closure fears.

Paymentsense will create free websites for its existing customers that need to transform their F&B businesses into takeaways to withstand COVID-19 social distancing protocols. The scheme also allows restaurant owners to order bespoke menu flyers, as well as access tools and guidance on how to promote their takeaway online

Existing customers can visit the Paymentsense website where they will receive step-by-step guidance on how they can create a branded online order page, order custom flyers, download guides to promote their takeaway online, and order food packaging. Additional marketing resources such as a social media tool kit, bespoke printed flyers and even gift vouchers have been designed to maximise impact and help owners get their new service up and running. 

As the campaign is non-profit, the fintech company will not charge for this service, only passing on third party fees at cost.The BiteBack campaign is a good-will gesture as a way of showing support to the hardworking small businesses in the hospitality industry.

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Keywords: PaymentSense, online payments, payments tool, online order, United Kingdom, small business, SME, independent restaurants
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: United Kingdom
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