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Omnivore Partners with PAR Technology’s Cloud-Based Brink POS Software

July 24, 2017 Industry News
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ParTech, Inc., a leading global provider of point of sale (POS) and workforce efficiency solutions to the restaurant and retail industries announced a new partnership with Omnivore, the cloud-based universal API shrinking the gap between restaurants, developers and suppliers. The technology partnership will now enable PAR’s Cloud-Based Brink POS Software to connect with a host of new technologies. ParTech, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of PAR Technology Corporation.

Omnivore’s development platform enables a single API integration, seamlessly facilitating connections to POS systems in ways never before achieved. By lowering the technology integration barriers for app developers, Omnivore simplifies the process for restaurants to test and evaluate new technologies, including reservation, delivery, mobile ordering and more, through a proven interface installed on a POS system. Through the integration, restaurant operators will be able to access a rapidly expanding marketplace of apps designed to drive better insight into operations and more efficient customer service. The marketplace allows restaurants to seamlessly test and activate different applications, and to compare performance results side by side.

“Omnivore helps create the ultimate set of customer service tools by allowing operators to easily test and deploy the latest app technologies and maximize revenue opportunities by increasing customer engagement,” says Mike Wior, CEO & co-founder, Omnivore. “We have a history of extremely positive experiences working with Brink, and set a goal early on to integrate with the software because we knew it would provide operators with a competitive advantage in the crowded restaurant landscape. This partnership increases revenue potential by opening new insight into operational efficiencies and enhancing customer interaction.”

Omnivore’s unique universal API will now connect Brink to a host of new technologies through a single integration that bridges the digital divide in the restaurant industry. Through open, online exchange, Omnivore and Brink’s partnership will provide restaurants and suppliers with quick and easy activation of digital solutions.

“Brink POS boasts one of the largest partner ecosystems available in the restaurant industry and we are delighted to now welcome Omnivore as an integration partner,” says Paul Rubin, chief strategy officer, ParTech, Inc. “This partnership allows restaurants access to all of the applications enabled by Omnivore and its App Marketplace, which is another example of how Brink POS continues to be the leading open platform for restaurants.”

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