Florida digital menu board firm expands footprint

Florida-based Menuat announced that it has expanded its business operations internationally effective in August. Menuat said it has added Riverside Cafe and Catering in Whistler, B.C., Canada, to its list of digital menu board clients.

Riverside Cafe owner Brent Wood said he chose Menuat for his digital menu platform because, "the ease of use, quality of design and affordable price structure were what we were looking for, and we were able to get all of that with Menuat."

In two years Menuat has expanded its reach from within Florida to 14 other states and three countries, according to the announcement. The company attributes its rapid growth to its visual design, user friendly system and partnerships with both Samsung and IBM.

Menuat founder and CEO Jeff Charette said in the announcement, "We are going to evolve the restaurant industry, starting with the menu. Restaurant owners are begging for a unifying platform to manage their business better."

Menuat said its software suite creates that digital menu board platform and establishes a network of connected devices, bringing restaurants into the Internet of Things and offering them an instantly updatable alternative to traditional wall mounted menus. "Menu updates are instantly reflected in-store, online and on their customers' mobile devices," Charette said.

Topics: Menu Boards, Mobile Interactivity, Restaurants

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