If a store offers deliveries and is set up with delivery zones through YUMBI, this report will provide insight into the details and settings of these delivery zones. The Store Delivery Zone Report displays the current settings for specific delivery zones as well as their current status.
You can watch a short video on the Report here:
YUMBI offers several kinds of delivery zones and all of these are categorized and are displayed for the user.
This report is found under the Operations Tab on YUMBI Reports and is named “Delivery Zones”.
This report can also be accessed by following this link: Store Delivery Zone Report
Once you have located this report, you will need to select the filters and filter a specific restaurant to populate the report.
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After filtering for a specific store, the report will populate and display a table of data for the filtered stores delivery zones.
(Please note that if a specific store displayed “No data available in table” this would mean that no delivery zones have been set up for this store. If you wish to add delivery zones, you can find out more here:
What types of delivery zones can I configure for my restaurant?)
The data table has several columns that report on different aspects of delivery zones, the number of rows populated on this report depends on how many delivery zones are set up for the store.
Below we will break down what each column reports on and how you can utilize this data:
The “Name” column will display the name of the delivery zone on the YUMBI system.
Priority refers to the position of a specific delivery zone and its ability to receive orders. You can view how priority affects the layout of a stores delivery zone on the Order Map Report. The higher the number of a delivery zones priority, the smaller it should be. If we look at the priority as a pyramid, ‘0’ would be the base of the pyramid and as the number increases, more delivery zones are layered on top.
YUMBI has two types of delivery zone shapes available to stores to use. Custom Polygons and Radii. Custom Polygons can be custom shapes created by the store or drive distance polygons to show the drive distance around the store. Radii are circle delivery zones that are measured as the crow flies from the store.
Delivery zones have two states they can be set as. These are Normal Delivery Areas and Exclusion Delivery Areas. These exclusion areas act as no go zones for delivery orders and if a customers address falls into these areas, they will not be able to place an order for delivery from the store.
This refers to the current status of the delivery zone being viewed, active shows that the delivery zone has been enabled and currently accepting orders. Deactivated shows that the delivery zones has been disabled and is not receiving or blocking orders. The status of these delivery zones can be updated from the YUMBI Dashboard. To learn more, see the below link to our article: How do I deactivate deliveries?
This would be the fee associated with a delivery zone.
These would be the specific times at which the delivery zone opens and closes for delivery orders. The times shown on the report for the delivery zone are the times for the day you view this data.
This would be a link to take you to the Order Map to view the delivery zones configured for the store and see existing delivery order locations.
The Grid Information can be exported for data analysis and provides additional categories of information using the CSV Option.