As an online ordering platform, naturally, we have access to your restaurants data, and your customer data.

We appreciate that access to this data comes with great responsibility.

We'll never share your sales or customer data with anyone, without your prior written approval. Unlike our competitors, we don't use restaurant sales figures as marketing material. It's your business, and your data.

We've also come to understand that some of our competitors have allegedly shared restaurant customer data with other restaurants. We want you to rest assured that this will never ever happen at Order Thai. If you choose to cancel your system, you'll be sent a copy of all your data, and we'll securely delete it from our system.

How your Restaurant Data is protected:

Secured SSL Connection

Which means your connection with our Dashboard is fully encrypted so all your data entered into our dashboard is 100% safe.

2 Step Login Verification

We may require you to be sent a verification code to login to our Dashboard for security

IP Detection

We'll suspend your login if we notice unusual activity, and activity from unknown locations. If its you, you can start a live chat 24/7 and we'll restore your privileges.

World-class Data Centre

The Order Thai network runs on world-class, heavily secured servers located in Melbourne, Australia. Our servers are monitored 24/7 by Synergy Security to ensure any security threats are quickly removed.

How you Customer Data is protected:


Secured SSL Connection

Our website and mobile apps are both secured by SSL connection. If you have an Order Thai website, that will also have SSL. SSL means all traffic between the customer, our platform, and your restaurant - is encrypted and secured. This reduces the risk of hackers stealing information passed over the internet.

World-class Data Centre

The Order Thai network runs on world-class, heavily secured servers located in Melbourne, Australia. Our servers are monitored 24/7 by Synergy Security to ensure any security threats are quickly removed.

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