Restaurant loyalty firm Paytronix was key in helping Zukku Sushi adapt to using a ghost kitchen and keep its three locations humming with takeout and delivery orders during the COVID-19 pandemic, the company said in a blog post on Tuesday (April 7).
When the fast-spreading coronavirus forced restaurants to close seating areas, Zukku Sushi was in a bind because its three locations in Florida and North Carolina were based in food halls. Zukku partner Ferdian Jap came up with a plan to coordinate with another restaurant whose kitchen was underutilized and created a temporary ghost kitchen. Because all locations used Paytronix, running everything out of the ghost kitchen was seamless. Read more.