Many of the big delivery companies in this ever-expanding delivery market offer restaurants the same bad deal charging up to 40% of the order total to deliver food to consumers. Howe questioned, “Why does it cost so much more to deliver a $100 food order compared to a $10 food order? The driver is performing the same service, but one delivery might cost the restaurant $30 and the other $3. Does that make sense?” When paying a commission on food order total, restaurants pay substantially more for delivery for large orders. This means more profit being lost in an already hurting and wafer-thin profit business.
Delivery Evolution uses the services of TripDelivers a SaaS company to connect customers with restaurants and drivers and charges the restaurant a flat fee of $2 to members and $3 to non-members to deliver food orders regardless of the overall cost of the order.