JTECH Founder Named TableTop Media Partner

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JTECH Founder Named TableTop Media Partner

TableTop Media LLC, creators of Ziosk, the first pay-on-demand and digital promotion device for the restaurant industry, today announced the appointment of David T. Miller, founder of JTECH Communications (JTECH), as a partner. Miller will lead the go-to-market strategy for the Ziosk solution for casual dining, fast casual, QSR, airports and hotels.

Miller brings more than 30 years of business strategy, technology and restaurant industry expertise to TableTop Media. He is an accomplished entrepreneur and former restaurateur who pioneered on-premise paging for restaurants. Prior to joining TableTop Media, he founded JTECH, the first restaurant paging system to help restaurants alert guests that their tables were ready. In 2005, he sold JTECH to MICROS Systems, Inc., at which time he became founder and vice chairman. Today, JTECH guest and server paging systems are used in more than 60,000 locations worldwide and are in the hands of an estimated two million consumers on any given weekend.

"When I reviewed the TableTop Media offering, I immediately knew this was a game-changing and innovative solution that would revolutionize the casual dining experience," says Miller. "I have spent a number of years working in and with the restaurant industry and am excited to be part of this team that will forever change the guests' experiences."

Miller earned his BS degree in business management from Boston College. At age 22, he opened his first casual dining restaurant in Ft. Myers Beach, Fl, and within two years his restaurant was named as one of the top 10 restaurants in Florida by the New York Times. He has spoken at many industry venues including FSTEC, California Restaurant Show, Florida Restaurant show, and has moderated at The National Restaurant Association's Technology Pavilion for the last 10 years. Additionally, Miller conducted the inaugural "Technology Tour" and at the request of the NRA in Chicago still continues the popular tour