MAD Greens Implements PAR Technology’s Cloud-Based Brink POS Software Company-Wide

ParTech, Inc. (PAR), a leading global provider of point-of-sale (POS) and food safety solutions to the restaurant industry and wholly owned subsidiary of PAR Technology Corporation, announced that MAD Greens has selected PAR's Brink POS Software for all of its 28 current locations. Known for fresh, locally sourced and hand-crafted food that is “better for you,” MAD Greens prepares and serves high-quality ingredients to thousands of guests across four states. Healthy food with a focus on fun shines through in their unique, made-to-order salads, juices, wraps, soups and Panini combinations.
In anticipation of rapid brand acceleration, MAD Greens sought out a new point-of-sale solution with a cloud-based architecture to manage an evolving company with an increasing number of stores. MAD Greens selected PAR Brink POS Software due to its ease of use, integration capabilities to support all its existing systems, and its ability to quickly implement menu changes across all platforms and locations. Additionally, Brink’s cloud-based architecture allows for quick deployment into new restaurants as the restaurant chain continues to grow.
With access to a true real-time, cloud-based database, MAD Greens has better insight and a clearer connection throughout all store operations, enabling business decisions to be evaluated and acted on more quickly.
“We were looking to partner with a vendor that understood our needs as a rapidly growing Fast Casual concept," said John Montgomery, MAD Greens' CFO. "I spoke with many of my colleagues in the Fast Casual world and among those using Brink POS, the overwhelming message was one of success. The PAR Brink POS solution has allowed MAD Greens to think about what can be done — not what can’t be done — in regards to POS. We are excited to move forward with our expansion knowing we have the right technology in place and a true partner in PAR for support.
“Hosting our data in the cloud, allows access to reporting from anywhere and we no longer lose the ability to monitor our restaurants’ performance if the back of house computer fails," Montgomery added.
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