Popmenu, an Atlanta, GA-based provider of guest engagement software for restaurants, raised $4.5m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Base10 Partners’ Rexhi Dollaku with participation from Felicis Ventures’ Niki Pezeshki. Dollaku will be joining Popmenu’s board.
The company, which has raised $6m in total capital to date, intends to use the funds to accelerate the development of its SaaS platform.
Co-founded by CEO Brendan Sweeney, President Tony Roy, Mike Gullo and Justis Blasco, Popmenu provides a cloud based guest engagement software, which charges online restaurant menus, providing a dynamic consumer experience that places photos, reviews, ratings, and social validation directly on the restaurant’s website and under their control. Guests and potential guests can interact with and share specific dishes, and become followers of the restaurant to receive personalized offers and recommendations. Restaurants benefit from real-time menu management, automated omnichannel communication tools, and analytic insights that help uncover opportunities to promote and measure performance down to the dish-level.
The company currently powers the consumer experience for thousands of restaurants across the US and beyond.