Pizza delivery startup Papa’s Pizza is launching a new service that lets you take orders from anywhere in the world, without ever leaving your phone.
The company said it had signed up about 100 new customers so far, and it has about 300 employees across five locations in San Francisco.
The pizza delivery company also announced that it had raised $4 million in a Series C round led by Benchmark Ventures and led by venture capitalist Marc Andreessen.
The startup plans to use the money to expand the delivery service to more locations.
The service is still in beta, but it’s a big step for the company.
It’s the first time it has launched a delivery service in a city.
Papa’s has also launched a mobile ordering app for iPhone and Android, and the company said its goal is to make pizza as easy as possible.
Its pizza delivery app also lets you choose from three different toppings, such as mozzarella or parmesan, but customers are limited to one option.
Customers can choose from a variety of different sauces and toppings.
They can also pick from a menu of hundreds of toppings and toppances, and order from a large selection of toppies.
The app also offers an ordering history, which shows customers when they ordered the pizzas.
And it’s easy to use.
It allows you to pick up a pizza from a Pizza Hut, get a delivery, and pick it up at your location.
The delivery app has already been used in some major cities, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Atlanta.
Papa is also adding delivery to the service for restaurants that don’t offer delivery.
In the future, the company is hoping to expand to cities with delivery hubs that allow restaurants to be open 24 hours a day.
The team is also working on a new mobile ordering system that lets users order in their cars or through an app.
The technology, called Auto-Orders, will make ordering much easier, with one button and one click.
The system also lets people order at the restaurant as they’re in the car, instead of at the drive-through window.
Papa said it’s also working with companies that offer mobile ordering services, including Google, and with the U.S. Postal Service.