Brian Hickey, pictured left, is Vromo's President, and: Alan Hickey, right is CEO.
Vromo just raised $8M in growth capital. The new funds will accelerate the restaurant delivery SaaS business' growth plans, expand its global presence and create job opportunities for both its European and US operations.
Led by Alan Hickey and Brian Hickey, Vromo was spun out of WeBringg in 2019 – a last-mile delivery service, which had become frustrated by the lack of customized software solutions for delivery. Now, having pivoted to a SaaS model that is dedicated to the restaurant sector, Vromo is working with restaurant brands and delivery service providers to automate and scale delivery operations.
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Vromo offers a customizable and fully automated solution that allows restaurant partners to use their own in-house delivery team and to call on marketplace delivery fleets for overflow capability during peak times or to service new areas. Vromo helps restaurant brands to operate the most efficient delivery model possible and take ownership of the customer experience.
Headquartered in Dublin, with offices in New York and Waterford, VROMO now operates in over 20 countries and works with some of the biggest restaurant brands in the world.
Designed specifically for the restaurant sector, Vromo automates the entire delivery process helping partners to achieve speed, cost efficiency and exceptional customer experience throughout their delivery solution.