Israeli startup SimpleOrder, which develops a management platform for restaurant owners, raised $750, 000 in a round of new funding led by Cyrus Angel Fund. The new capital will be used to promote the company’s services.
If you have ever worked in the food services industry, then you know how difficult it can be to keep track of all of your orders, stock and accounts. Restauranteurs have suppliers who need to be paid and orders that need to be sent. Suppliers have to keep track of their inventories and clients’ accounts. This is where SimpleOrder comes in.
SimpleOrder boasts that its platform lets users keep track of all of their orders, prices, invoices, credits and returns. It requires no installation and gives restauranteurs and their teams a centralized easy-to-use environment to connect with all of their vendors, send orders and manage inventories. The company declares “Enjoy 24/7 real-time communication with your suppliers, get instant notifications on order status, product availability, prices and more. Reuse old orders, create templates, set delivery times and update according to delivery.”
Founded in 2011 by Arik Mazan, Amir Zelig and Guy Even Ezra, SimpleOrder offers mobile apps and a number of different plans for its customers.
“We are delighted to have the trust of our investors, ” said Guy Ibn Ezra, CEO and co-founder of the company. “We have long since realized that the accommodations market in general, and the food and beverage market in particular, have been neglected and thirst for a technological solution that will allow them to streamline the process of ordering, inventory management and monitoring costs in real time. We knew that the solution would be easy, simple and convenient to operate. The enthusiastic response I get from clients in the international market as well as Israel proves that we have succeeded. “