Analytics provided include understanding order volume by day; the most popular dishes; how well they’re doing on food and service quality metrics such as hours, accepted orders, order acceptance speed, and food preparation time; and customer satisfaction. This new wealth of information could help restaurants take corrective action to address customer concerns and pursue additional business. Previously, UberEats provided restaurants with a weekly summary of payouts with little details around top dishes sold; gave feedback about service after the fact; and did not share customer ratings. So it’s easy to understand why some restaurateurs were wary about UberEats. Get the full story at VentureBeat