San Jose, CA (PRWEB) September 01, 2015
GetQuik, a leading corporate catering marketplace, today announced it has changed its name to Gogocater. The company’s much-loved kangaroo logo mascot is also being sent out to pasture in favor of a sleeker new logo.
“The launch of Gogocater is more than just a name change,” said Gogocater CEO & Co-Founder, Ken Ryu. “It doubles down our commitment to providing clarity, simplicity and fair pricing for the corporate catering process. We are eyeing new markets to launch Gogocater beyond our current San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles presence, and Gogocater better represents our service offering.”
Gogocater has over 900 restaurants and caterers available in its network. The service features easy discovery, visual online ordering, and powerful order management tools for catering orders. Customers can order with no fees and no hidden markups. Customers also earn points towards a popular customer rewards program with every order they place.
"Gogocater will continue our dedication to providing our customers with a free and reliable catering ordering process to the best restaurants and caterers,” said Ryu. “For our restaurant partners, we will continue to market their catering service, introduce them to new catering customers, and streamline their catering order and payment processes. Our service has always strived to be the leader in customer service for both our corporate catering and restaurant participants, and our new brand will continue this tradition”
Gogocater customers can order catering online at http://www.gogocater.com.
Gogocater is an angel-funded technology company based in San Jose, CA. Gogocater provides an online marketplace for catering services. The company was co-founded by Ken Ryu and Raymond Lin and launched its services in 2007. Gogocater has processed over two million meals since its foundation, and operates in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles. For more information, visit http://www.gogocater.com or email support(at)gogocater.com.