Clutch vs. LevelUp, now part of Grubhub Enterprise

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Clutch
Score 9.5 out of 10
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Clutch offers their global marketplace of B2B service providers, that includes verified reviews from business users, currently boasting 260,000 vetted businesses worldwide included in its listing. Clutch focuses on web developers, digital marketers and SEO specialists, digital advertising firms, IT services (e.g. cybersecurity, managed IT services, staff augmentation), and business services (e.g. BPO, HR services, call centers, etc.).N/A
LevelUp, now part of Grubhub Enterprise
Score 8.0 out of 10
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LevelUp was a restaurant a payment system with customer loyalty support developed by SCVNGR and acquired by Grubhub in late 2018. It now forms the backbone of Grubhub's customer loyalty program available to restaurants that use Grubhub's delivery as a service platform.N/A
Pricing
ClutchLevelUp, now part of Grubhub Enterprise
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
ClutchLevelUp, now part of Grubhub Enterprise
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
ClutchLevelUp, now part of Grubhub Enterprise
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User Ratings
ClutchLevelUp, now part of Grubhub Enterprise
Likelihood to Recommend
5.0
(1 ratings)
8.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
ClutchLevelUp, now part of Grubhub Enterprise
Likelihood to Recommend
Clutch
Clutch is well suited to a new company that is not very established. The site provides you with a way to be seen, a trusted backlink and a bit of traffic to your site. I think Clutch works well for larger companies who provide a very clear service, but not so well for more creative or custom companies.
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Grubhub
Works well with Toast POS and Grubhub as LevelUP is fully integrated with both. I would not recommend it with a Point of Sale or third party delivery where it is not integrated.
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Pros
Clutch
  • Top of Google search results for important keywords
  • Provides space for detailed information about your company for the viewer
  • Allows you to gather reviews from clients in a public space
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Grubhub
  • Full integration with Toast POS and Grubhub
  • Response time from their enterprise support desk is very fast
  • Dashboard is easy to use for managers
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Cons
Clutch
  • We have yet to win any new clients from our page on Clutch
  • There is not much differentiation between companies, more categories would be better
  • It would be nice to be able to customise our listing more to suit our brand and style
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Grubhub
  • When used to make an app, many updates require a full redesign with scope of work - so app is not easy to update or add new features
  • Partial refunds cannot be processed on the dashboard or in store
  • The QR scanners break frequently
  • The QR scanners will scan a guest's payment, but if it isn't cleared out by the staff it will hold that payment info and the next order will get charged to that other person's payment.
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Return on Investment
Clutch
  • We have yet to win any business via Clutch
  • We worry that our listing on Clutch may put off potential clients as they group us together with other companies that are not that similar
  • We are helped by the trusted backlink and small amount of traffic to boost our web vitals
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Grubhub
  • Online ordering was up exponentially during the pandemic, at one point all orders were coming in online and the bulk of that was through LevelUp.
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