POS Systems - the brain of the restaurant
- Restaurant Brokers Interview POS Experts
- Point of Sales Systems and Restaurants
- The Reality of Point of Sale Systems
Restaurant Brokers talk to P.O.S. experts and leading innovators about restaurant specific systems. What are the latest advances and opportunities for restaurant owners to take advantage of? Should you be tablet or Ipad based? Why or why not?
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Sastry Penumarthy defines and executes on marketing strategy and partner strategy. Prior to co-founding Punchh in 2010, Sastry held leadership roles in product development and marketing at large and emerging technology companies including Siebel, BEA, InsideView, and Foxboro. He co-founded and led business development for two companies, Nuevora, a Big Data CRM analytics services firm, and a sports-card vending machine company that works with local businesses. Sastry earned a master’s degree in engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an MBA from the University of Chicago.
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Born and raised in Las Vegas, Paul Roberts has always had a passion for computers and technology. Roberts graduated high school in 2002 and completed an AB in Business Administration from the College of Southern Nevada soon after. Roberts then achieved his BA in Computer Science from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and pursued an MS in Computer Science from the University of Illinois Springfield. After graduating, he worked setting up an international production tacking system for a printing company in China, worked at Allegiant Airlines during their PCI compliance efforts and was a contractor at JT3 working with large scale databases and real times systems for the Department of Defense. Roberts designed and created Next Gen Dine mobile point of sale system and is now managing partner of Prelag Partners LLC.
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Jared Isaacman is the founder and CEO of Harbortouch, a premier POS system provider and payment processing organization based out of Allentown, PA. He is considered to be one of the industrys most influential business leaders and has been recognized as one of Americas Best Entrepreneurs by BusinessWeek Magazine and 30 Entrepreneurs Under 30 by Inc. Magazine. Isaacman has also been named as a finalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for 2006, 2007 and 2008 and was the youngest person ever named to the list of Industry Leaders by the credit card industrys leading publication, The Green Sheet, where he now holds a position on the Advisory Board. He has also been featured on NBCs Today Show, ABC News and Bloomberg, and has been profiled in Entrepreneur Magazine and ISO and Agent Magazine, among other publications and media outlets. Isaacman started the company in the basement of his familys house when he was only 16 years old. With the help of his father and business partner as well as his first employee, Brendan Lauber, who now serves as the companys CTO, he built the company into the industry leader it is today. Under Isaacmans handson leadership, Harbortouch has become one of the largest payment processors in the nation, providing merchant services to over 110,000 business locations and processing in excess of $9 billion in credit card volume annually. Consistently recognized as a leader in innovation, the company was named one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S. for five consecutive years (2005-2009) by Inc. Magazine and was ranked by Deloitte on their list of fastest growing technology companies in the Connecticut, New Jersey and New York area in 2008. Additionally, Harbortouch has won first place Golden Bridge Awards for two consecutive years (2012-2013), Best in Biz Awards for two consecutive years (2012-2013) and a Bronze award from the 2012 American Business Awards. In addition to guiding the strategic vision for Harbortouch, Isaacman has demonstrated a commitment to philanthropic giving. He has organized a charity poker tour which has been hosted at 4 major industry trade shows and donates all proceeds to the Goodwill Rescue Mission for the Homeless and The MakeAWish Foundation of New Jersey. He also launched Pennies for Humanity, a program that allows the companys merchants to contribute a portion from every credit card transaction they process to their preferred charitable organization. A jet pilot in his spare time, Isaacman has also raised over $100,000 for the MakeAWish Foundation of New Jersey by piloting two record-breaking flights around the world.
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