Amazon customers in limited states will enjoy placing take-out orders directly through the Amazon app beginning November. Customers will be able to peruse through a list of partner restaurants and place their orders in a seamless experience since the checkout process will not involve any extra logins but will use already stored payment data. The restaurant take-out service was only available for orders from T.G.I. Fridays.
The system which involves the integration of Clover POS systems with Amazon Pay, will happen in Seattle and several Northeastern states including New Jersey, Massachusetts, Washington D.C ., New York, Connecticut, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
In a statement, the online retail giant said that their current relationship with Clover resulted in immense accomplishments with the Kindle pop-up stores and it was prudent to build on them. It added that Clover had demonstrated capability in terms of technology and dimension to turn Amazon’s vision to reality.
The company has grown its locker program into selected Kohl’s locations starting last week in a deliberate effort to increase its presence in brick-and-mortar stores.
With the expansion of Amazon Pay to allow in-app payments for digital goods, entertainment, charitable donations and travel among others, the company attracted over 33 million users of the platform by the end of 2016.