upserve marketplace

With dozens of competing restaurant technology companies vying for the attention of busy restaurateurs, buyers are getting overwhelmed with sales pitches promising better, money-saving tech. They’re forced to evaluate solutions based on merits of review sites, other restaurant owner recommendations or quick searches online. Moreover, this has created what the New York Times calls a “Tech tower of Babel” with most systems speaking their own dialect.

Until now.

To help cut through the clutter and let you decide the best option for your restaurant, Upserve has vetted dozens of products on the market, identifying industry-leading technology and teams, big and small, and carefully selected those that offer the best solution for every aspect of running a restaurant.

Here is your at-a-glance resource guide for choosing the best of the best that the marketplace has to offer in restaurant employee and workforce management, accounting, restaurant management, online ordering, inventory management, capital/expansion financing, data security, gift card administration, point of sale (POS), and more.

We’ll keep updating this list as more companies get vetted and receive the Upserve seal of approval, so bookmark this page and come back often to get the latest rundown. To toggle through the companies in each category use the arrows on either side of the image.

Accounting


Capital

 


Data Security


Digital Menus


Digital Wine Platforms


Food Costing


Gift Cards


Inventory


Marketing


Online Ordering


Payroll


PCI Compliance


Point Of Sale (POS)


Private Events

Purchasing


Reporting


Reservations


Restaurant Management


Workforce

 

The restaurant POS landscape can feel overwhelming. What do you need from a restaurant POS? Get your buyer’s guide.

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When she’s not debating with her young sons about which Star Wars character is the best one, Carol Lin is likely to be ordering a Lychee martini and spicy tuna roll at her neighborhood sushi joint. She loves controversial (but delicious) foods like foie gras and haggis, and believes there’s few problems that a conversation over buffalo wings and cold beer can’t solve.