SpotOn Named the Preferred Technology Partner of the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association

8 months ago   •   3 min read

By Ify Egbosimba

SpotOn is recognized by the PRLA as a leading technology provider, offering insights and solutions to business owners looking to take their enterprise to the next level.

HARRISBURG, Penn. January 19, 2022 -  SpotOn, a leading software and payments provider, has been recognized as the preferred technology partner by the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association (PRLA). SpotOn will provide PRLA members with critical insights into the latest advances to help Pennsylvania restaurants, stadiums, event venues, universities, and more grow their businesses.

Trusted by thousands of restaurants and venues across the United States, SpotOn offers the tools and resources operators need to create exceptional guest experiences. With SpotOn, operators have access to robust software and hardware they need to streamline operations and grow their business, including:

  • Lightning-fast cloud point-of-sale
  • Reservation and waitlisting capabilities
  • Online, in-app, and QR ordering
  • Back-of-house management
  • Marketing tools & loyalty programs
  • Contactless payments
  • SMS order alerts for customers
  • Third-party delivery
  • Kitchen display system
  • Order status boards

In addition, SpotOn offers technology that enables operators to take payments anywhere, reach more customers with digital solutions, and grow revenue while reducing costs.

"Business owners are being challenged to do more with less. SpotOn technology is helping owners meet those challenges head-on; from shrinking budgets to labor concerns and the residual effects of a nearly two-year pandemic," said Ben Pryor, Head of Innovation at SpotOn. “Our innovative technology is empowering businesses to serve guests more efficiently, keep employees happy, and create new revenue sources."

This partnership with SpotOn will allow PRLA members to stay up to date on the payments, software, and point-of-sale solutions they need to unlock the potential of their business. Business owners of all sizes can use the industry-best POS solution to streamline operations, cut labor costs, and create new revenue streams.

“SpotOn expands technology capabilities for Pennsylvania businesses of all sizes. This partnership will be another resource our members have at their disposal to become leaders in their industry,” said John Longstreet, President, and CEO of the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association. “SpotOn’s smart technology will help our members stay ahead of customer demand.”

SpotOn has worked alongside businesses of all sizes throughout the pandemic, helping owners stay profitable. SpotOn technology has powered businesses across the nation to maximize throughput, boost efficiency, get real-time data and improve the guest experience across multiple locations with a cloud-based POS system that’s fast and easy to use. In addition, the company has continued to evolve technology throughout the pandemic to provide companies the tools they need to continue to operate and cater to changing consumer demands, including commerce solutions and low-cost private lending through SpotOn Capital.

About SpotOn
SpotOn is one of the fastest-growing software and payments companies with comprehensive, cloud-based technology for small, midsize, and enterprise businesses in the restaurant, retail, sports, education, and entertainment space. Known for its rapid innovation and industry-leading customer service, SpotOn offers integrated solutions including marketing and loyalty, website development, e-commerce, reservations and waitlisting, mobile ordering, digital payments, review management, and both retail and restaurant point-of-sale (POS) solutions. SpotOn has 1,600 employees and maintains offices around the world, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Mexico City, Detroit, Atlanta, Denver, and Krakow. For more information, visit www.spoton.com.

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Media Contact:
Ify Egbosimba
IEgbosimba@spoton.com
(415) 562-4193

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