TRAY, the enterprise POS and self-service solution, today announces a partnership with MarketMan, cloud-based inventory management. The integration combines item-level data from TRAYs point of sale solution with inventory and ordering details, allowing users to streamline back of the house operations.
The addition of new partners, like MarketMan, allows us to provide our clients the technology they need to increase revenue and improve operations, said Peter Kellis, CEO of TRAY.
With this partnership, TRAY POS clients can leverage MarketMans solution to make smarter menu decisions, automate their A/P and optimize ordering. The inventory management solution includes low inventory alerts, suggested orders and invoice scanning, recipe-costing and robust reporting features, reducing the time managers spend in the office and increasing menu profitability.
This partnership means that self-service restaurants and businesses now have more flexibility than ever before to use technology to advance both their front-of-house and back-of-house operations, said Matthew Hardoon, Director of Sales at MarketMan. We are excited for our foray into the self-service market with TRAY.
TRAY is a cloud-based POS and self-service solution developed for high-volume businesses that want to grow revenue and increase efficiency. Founder and CEO Peter Kellis, who holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT, created TRAY to improve service around the world. Customers demand faster service and the option to order and pay themselves, without the wait. TRAY is a feature rich POS and self-service platform that can be used as a standalone system or layered on top of existing POS technology infrastructure. TRAYs clients include family entertainment centers, QSR and fast casual restaurant chains.
MarketMan is a dynamic, cloud-based inventory management and purchasing solution focused on streamlining procurement, delivery, accounting, and profitability across the food and beverage industry. MarketMans platform provides advanced order management analytics that track the cost of goods sold, document purchase history and help automate inventory levels. By facilitating closer collaboration between food service operators and suppliers, MarketMan helps businesses both streamline processes and save money. Founded in Tel Aviv, Israel in 2013, MarketMan now has offices in London and maintains its global headquarters in New York City. For more information or to inquire about partnering with the platform, please visit http://www.marketman.com.
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