Here’s where you’ll hear about newly release features and site enhancements to Grubhub Corporate.
Group Order Participant Cap added 3/9/2020
To improve orders and deliveries, restaurants now have a cap on how many group orders they can accept. You will now see a maximum participant count for each restaurant. This will influence the number of restaurants you need to add to the group order to accommodate all employees.
Minimum Advanced Notice for Catering added 3/6/2020
Please note that to ensure the best experience, restaurants now require advanced notice for catering orders, up to 24 hours.
Multiple Locations added 1/10/2020
Does your office have multiple office locations? Previously, your Line of Credit (LOC) was restricted to one location. Now, you can set up multiple offices under a single LOC, and your employees can use their LOC when traveling to different offices. Your CSM or CR contact can help you set this up. Contact them today!
1. You can assign up to 50 locations to one LOC.
2. You can assign Employees this LOC, so that they can use their LOC at any of your office locations by simply choosing the location they are in.
3. You can create ‘groups’ of employees that all have different budgets on their LOC that can be represented over multiple locations. In the past, you needed to create groups per location.
Group Order added 6/27/2019
Group Order enables a group of employees to place individual orders from pre-selected restaurants at a time of your choosing. Multiple orders from the same restaurant will arrive together, individually packaged and labeled for easy distribution. Set individual budgets and capture expense codes at checkout. Ask your Client Success Manager for more information.
Company Order History added 4/11/2019
Company Order History allows administrators to access past and upcoming orders for all users associated with the corporate account, including individual receipts and any associated expense codes and comments.
Here is a how-to video detailing how to view your order history: