Pizza Hut Malaysia is reshaping the future of the retail landscape. With no additional apps, customers can now order their pizzas via WhatsApp, and this hassle-free service is called the Pizza Hut EasyOrder.
In conjunction with Pizza Hut EasyOrder, Pizza Hut Malaysia has also updated their profile picture, a green, WhatsApp-like logo on Facebook.
With the Covid-19 pandemic still ongoing, Pizza Hut knows the importance of cutting down on order time and delivery, as they prioritise the customer’s time.
According to Chief Marketing Officer of Pizza Hut Malaysia, Emily Chong in a press statement, Pizza Hut sees the importance of launching a Pizza delivery system for pick-up or delivery directly on WhatsApp.
“At the heart of everything we do, Pizza Hut aims to provide absolute ease and convenience to our customers. Through our research, we have found out that there are approximately 18 million WhatsApp users in Malaysia, which makes WhatsApp the top messaging system in the country,” she said.
So you no longer have to browse through different web pages or download any additional apps just to order pizzas when you are craving some! With WhatsApp’s location-sharing feature, customers can just tap on the “share location” button while texting for your order as well, how convenient!
The days where you have to log in using a username and type in your address are gone, now you can just WhatsApp your pizza orders to 016-7552525 and receive your favourite pizzas in a flash.
For more information, visit Pizza Hut Malaysia’s website.
Time to order your pizza through Whatsapp now!
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