Together, Just Eat and Flypay will first seek to introduce delivery support into apps of hospitality operators alongside other key services. The second stage of the partnership will look to provide in-restaurant experiences to the Just Eat customer base, such as pay-at-table support Flypay offers to the likes of Wahaca. Tom Weaver, CEO, Flypay, added: “This investment, coupled with a strategic partnership with Just Eat, will allow us to rapidly advance our solutions for both operators and suppliers around the world – changing the customer’s digital journey as we know it. “Flypay’s priority right now is to lay the digital rails to a broad number of hospitality environments, to enable a wide range of technology innovators to create new solutions from the tracks in place. It’s about scale, scale, scale and Just Eat plays an integral part in laying those foundations.”
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The foodtech space is a very lucrative market to be in right now. Velocity, which offers a Flypay-esque service to the luxury restaurant space, received a $22.5m series B in August.
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