MarketMan Joins Forces with Upserve as Partner in Upserve Marketplace
MarketMan, a cloud-based inventory management and purchasing solution that streamlines the relationship between restaurant operators and suppliers, said it entered into a key partnership with Upserve, the industry’s only full-service restaurant management platform. MarketMan will integrate with the Upserve Marketplace, a single hub for unifying a wide array of technology solutions for restaurateurs. The integration provides a host of new benefits to restaurant operators by combining MarketMan’s leading back-of-house inventory and ordering solutions with Upserve’s best-in-class suite of restaurant analytics and communications tools.
Upserve’s restaurant management platform brings together payments processing, cloud-based point of sale system (Breadcrumb POS by Upserve) and restaurant analytics and communication tools. The company launched Upserve Marketplace so that restaurant owners and operators have a one-stop-shop for every aspect of running their business, connecting more than a dozen apps – spanning categories like accounting, inventory management, gift cards, data security and more – directly with the Upserve platform.
With more than 2,000 customers worldwide and a global headquarters in New York City, MarketMan is building momentum through its innovative inventory management product. By seamlessly connecting the silos between operator and vendor, MarketMan allows restaurant operators to reduce both food costs and inventory management time, all through an easy-to-use cloud-based platform. Since its creation four years ago, MarketMan has enabled its restaurant clients to realize an average of 2-5% reduction in food costs within the first year. Time saved on orders is even more impressive, with MarketMan clients reporting an average boost in order efficiency by up to 50%, on average, thanks to MarketMan’s integrated ordering platform, which allows day to day operations to migrate seamlessly between multiple vendors and suppliers with no disruption.