SAN FRANCISCO — DoorDash has launched DoorDash Self-Delivery, enabling restaurants to list themselves on the DoorDash and/or Caviar marketplace while continuing to fulfill orders with their in-house fleet.
The new product is available to restaurants in the U.S., Canada and Australia and allows restaurants to retain ownership of the end-to-end customer experience while benefiting from the visibility of the DoorDash platform.
U.S.-based sandwich chain Jimmy John’s completed a six-month pilot with more than 100 restaurants under the Self-Delivery program and, coinciding with the launch of DoorDash Self-Delivery, expanded its relationship with DoorDash chain wide.
“With Self-Delivery, we set out to build a product that would enable Jimmy John’s, and other restaurants, to reach DoorDash’s customer base while complementing their own existing delivery operations,” says Sanjay Kotte, head of Strategic Partnerships at DoorDash. “We’re excited that Jimmy John’s has selected us as the preferred marketplace to enhance its delivery growth and increase its scale through our leading consumer platform.”
More information about the Self-Delivery product is available at doordash.com.