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O’Charley’s Partners with Olo on Online Ordering

December 05, 2018 Industry News
Industry News

Just in time for the holiday season, O’Charley’s Restaurant and Bar, the classic American restaurant with more than 200 locations across 17 states, has partnered with Olo to make online ordering even easier for customers.

“Wherever and however you choose to enjoy O’Charley’s, we have made it easier to get your favorite menu items freshly made and ready to go,” says Craig Barber, O’Charley’s president & CEO. “Partnering with Olo is an investment in an improved To Go and Curbside experience for our customers and lays the foundation to better meet the needs of today’s consumers.”

Olo is the leading online food ordering solution for the restaurant industry. Its on-demand interface for the restaurant industry powers digital ordering and delivery for more than 250 restaurant brands across 50,000 locations. Olo’s enterprise-grade software powers every stage of the digital restaurant transaction––from fully-branded guest interfaces to the back-of-house order management features that help keep the kitchen running smoothly. Olo integrates into (POS) systems at O’Charley’s, enabling accurate order preparation and completion while eliminating wait times to ensure the best customer experience.

“During the holiday season when many folks may be short on time, it is easier now for O’Charley’s fans to get signature items like our Famous Double Hand Breaded Chicken Tenders, Overloaded Potato Soup and Southern Fried Chicken Tender Salad,” adds Barber. “And, of course, even our To Go meals come with our unsliceabley soft rolls.”

Serving up crave-able, value-driven American meals since 1971, O’Charley’s operates more than 200 restaurants in 17 states in the Southeast and Midwest. With a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere and full-service food and bar menu, O’Charley’s allows families and friends to connect around the table and create memorable food experiences.

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