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Restaurant Magic, MonkeyMedia Software Partner on Business Intelligence

March 07, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

MonkeyMedia Software and Restaurant Magic Software have executed an Alliance Partnership agreement to formalize their existing relationship serving joint customers. The goal is to strengthen the integration between catering and back office solutions for restaurants, by bringing together best-in-class software platforms from both companies to further support their client’s needs.

The partnership will merge Restaurant Magic’s Data Central back office software solution with MonkeyMedia Software’s MONKEY, the No. 1 cloud platform for takeout, delivery and catering. This will give joint clients access to additional catering sales data tied to back office reports.

“Our focus has always been to find better ways to support the restaurant brands we serve.  Our Alliance Partnership with Restaurant Magic Software furthers our commitment and focus to provide the additional data and analytics needed via Restaurant Magic’s Data Central platform. This enables our mutual customers to not just grow off-premise sales, but to run more efficient and effective operations,” says Mo Asgari, president, MonkeyMedia Software. “This is part of our commitment to constantly find ways to add value.”

Restaurant Magic continues to be the innovation leader in Back Office, Business Intelligence and Enterprise Analytics for restaurant chains. The company’s Alliance Partnership Program provides an opportunity for complementary technology providers to jointly deliver optimized solutions to shared customers.

“Providing a solution that includes tightly integrated technologies is what our customers are asking for,” says Drew Peloubet, CEO, Restaurant Magic Software. “Working with a recognized industry leader like MonkeyMedia Software is part of our core mission to provide the right information, at the right time.”

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