Delivery.com, a leading online ordering and delivery service, unveiled a partnership with WeWork, a provider of workspace, community, and services in 16 cities around the world. The integration allows WeWork's 30,000 members to order food on demand through the same portal they already use to perform daily business functions like booking conference rooms, managing member accounts, and communicating with the global community of WeWork members.
"We are thrilled to bring the ease and convenience of delivery.com’s on-demand ordering platform to WeWork's community of entrepreneurs," says delivery.com CEO Jed Kleckner. "Through this integration, we enable WeWork to provide even more services to its members, helping them stay hungry for success without wasting time on what's for lunch."
The two companies plan to kick off the integration with online food ordering before quickly rolling out to other delivery.com verticals, including alcohol delivery for corporate gifts or office happy hours; and groceries and essentials for the office.
"Whenever possible, we try to add benefits that improve the WeWork member experience," says WeWork VP of Business Development Matt Shampine.
By allowing WeWork to quickly and easily implement online ordering into their proprietary web portal, the integration speaks to the versatility and value of delivery.com's open API, which provides partners with instant access to a robust merchant network.
Delivery.com empowers the neighborhood economy by enabling customers to order online from their favorite local restaurants, grocery stores, wine and spirits shops, and laundry and dry cleaning providers. Every day, delivery.com customers explore their communities and order from more than 10,000 local businesses while at home, at work, or on the go. With headquarters in New York and a growing presence throughout the U.S., delivery.com makes e-commerce an integral part of local daily life, helping customers shop, businesses grow, and neighborhoods thrive. delivery.com is a trademark of Delivery.com, LLC.