Financing chef-driven concepts.

How Bardo and Vana secure capital and boost revenue with SpotOn.

Jayson Whiteside is the co-owner of 2 upscale chef-driven concepts in Charlotte, North Carolina—Bardo and Vana. With SpotOn as a partner, he can easily access capital, make data-driven decisions, and increase sales in his ambitious culinary establishments.

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“With SpotOn Capital, I don't have to give investment presentations. We can keep everything in-house and go at our own pace. We can fund the opening of our new business with money from our current businesses. It’s super streamlined.”

Jayson Whiteside

Co-Owner, Bardo and Vana

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The goal.

As a managing partner of Bardo and Vana, Whiteside needed an intuitive POS system with easily accessible reports and data insights. He also was looking for funding enabling him to avoid investor presentations and lengthy bank loan processes.

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The solution.

SpotOn Restaurant's cloud-based POS lets Whiteside keep track of daily sales and oversee his managers from his phone. And with SpotOn Capital, he can finance salaries for his new venture from his existing profits and retain his best team members. Read their story.

The results.

12%

increase in overall revenue

14%

increase in average guest checks and tips

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