Project Include is proud to announce their Startup Include participants: Airbnb, Asana, Clef, Managed by Q, Patreon, Periscope Data, PreK12Plaza, Puppet, Truss, Twilio, and Upserve. They selected 11 CEOs of impact startups to work together to show how much improvement in diversity and inclusion they could effect this year. Each CEO is personally committed to the program, and each company has a diversity lens about its business. Project Include focus on startups because they believe they are the most nimble and innovative at driving change and having an impact.
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More than a Dozen Companies Join Launch of Upserve Marketplace Including Homebase, PeachWorks & Bevager PROVIDENCE, RI – March 29, 2017 – Upserve, the industry’s only full-service Restaurant Management Platform, today announced the launch of Upserve Marketplace, a single hub for unifying the widest array … Continued
Around 3 p.m. every day, Andy Husbands gets an e-mail telling him who’s about to come into his South End restaurant, Tremont 647. The chef-owner can see who made a reservation, when they last visited (and how much they spent), the people they eat with most often, what they tend to order, and whether they’re VIPs or celebrating an anniversary. He can call up a prediction of which menu items will be popular that night and how many walk-ins will show up. Then he shares the data with his staff so they know what to expect, too….
Providence Business News has announced the awardees of its 2016 edition of the Best Places To Work competition. Sixty companies were judged based on confidential surveys of employees and management reports compiled by Best Companies Group. Top honorees will be named in each of four categories based on employee count at an awards gala at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick next month.
March 7, 2016—Providence, R.I.-based data analytics company Swipely, which manages over 11 million meals per month across its network of businesses, has been working to bring some of the actionable insights of big data to restaurateurs. The company announced this morning that it is changing its name to Upserve, and is expanding its suite of products aimed at helping restaurateurs optimize their sales and service, and manage their business on the fly.
March 7, 2016—The venture-backed Providence, R.I.-based tech company announced the name change on Monday, and with it some major updates to its restaurant analytics and management software. Two of the new features involve the use of artificial intelligence to help restaurants improve their bottom line.
September 9, 2015—Providence-based Swipely is starting to really feel the wind behind it. The company provides a payments-centric data analytics platform specifically aimed at restaurants, and CEO Angus Davis says the company’s aim is to help restaurants use their own data to “make better decisions, to help them to make more money at the end of the day.
September 17, 2015—Some of the region’s most notable companies have been named in Providence Business News’ fourth Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies awards program, including Swipely (now Upserve).
June 30, 2015—For the 10th time, Providence Business News has announced the awardees of the Best Places To Work competition. The 55 companies were judged based on confidential surveys of employees and management reports.