Sodexo has launched a partnership with meal delivery business, Uber Eats, to enable Sodexo Pass Restaurant card holders in France to have a meal delivered from their favourite restaurants, seven days a week with no minimum order required, up to the value of 38 euros a day (£32.81).
The partnership will be extended to other European countries and Latin America in the coming months.
Sodexo says the new service “complements the current online ordering and payment offering with the Pass Restaurant card, and represents a major opportunity for the 22,000 restaurants and merchants partnering with Uber Eats and Sodexo in France”.
Sodexo added that the agreement “continues to illustrate the acceleration of the digitalisation of Sodexo’s Benefits and Rewards offerings for the hundreds of thousands of French employees who are Pass Restaurant card holders”.
Comprised of a unique and innovative set of Application Programming Interfaces, this new service, fully integrated with the Uber Eats technology platform, guarantees users a simple, fast and secure payment experience.
Aurélien Sonet, Global CEO of Sodexo Benefits and Rewards Services, said: “This partnership is a great step forward for Sodexo and Uber Eats, who have very complementary approaches to the new challenges of the workplace and employee experience.
“Together, we are providing an additional response to employee nomadism and flexibility. We have created a standard that can easily be reused by other countries with a smart co-construction on the consumer journey.
“As the global leader in Quality of Life services, we continue to innovate to improve the quality of life of employees at work.”