The Covid-19 that hit the world had an impact on the economy, especially in the trade sector, one of which was experienced by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). During the pandemic, businesses in the culinary field are advised to provide delivery or take away services. This opens up opportunities for goods delivery services, one of which is for the SME business Hanura Takeaway (Haway). Hawa uses WhatsApp media to order services between goods. However, the use of WhatsApp has experienced problems, including the data collection is not managed properly. This is because WhatsApp chats from consumers accumulate so that drivers do not know of orders from the public and record pick-up of goods. The community service partner carried out is UKM Hanura Takeaway (Haway) with as many as 20 people. The Community Service carried out aims to make it easier for partners to run their business so as to increase their income during the Covid-19 pandemic. Community service is carried out in the form of developing online delivery applications and providing assistance in the form of training on the use of the system. Based on the community service that has been carried out, it shows that the application development carried out can increase revenue and make it easier for partners' business processes. During the five months of using the application, there was an increase in transactions of 28.13% and an increase in revenue of 21%.