HungerRush has acquired Menufy, an online ordering system for restaurants based in Kansas-City, Missouri, US.
The financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.
Founded in 2009, Menufy offers online and mobile meal-ordering capabilities to restaurants across the US. According to a statement, Menufy supports more than 12,000 independently owned restaurants and small chains across 3,000 US cities.
The acquisition will help HungerRush to further expand its technology and market reach in the industry as it seeks to create long-term value for its client base, which now includes around 20,000 restaurants.
Additionally, the combination will provide Menufy’s customers with access to HungerRush’s integrated software and hardware products portfolio, as well as its Cloud point of sale (POS) system.
HungerRush CEO Perry Turbes said: “Today’s news to acquire Menufy further builds out our portfolio with the talent and technology capabilities to continue meeting the fast-growing needs of our restaurant customers.
“The addition of Menufy’s proven online ordering offerings further helps HungerRush’s customers navigate an ever-changing industry landscape. This is a time when restaurants are embracing innovation and digital solutions more than ever.
“This acquisition expands HungerRush’s market presence and allows us to offer our combined customers one place for a complete all-in-one solution.”
Menufy CEO Sharmil Desai said: “By joining a company with an impressive roster of both technology offerings and restaurant customers, Menufy’s customers now have access to a holistic suite of solutions and deep industry expertise designed to strengthen restaurant operations and improve business outcomes.
“Together, HungerRush and Menufy will bring restaurateurs seamless mobile and online ordering capabilities, with the goal of ultimately empowering them to grow independently and rapidly.”
Based in Texas, HungerRush provides integrated restaurant solutions. Its all-in-one system integrates restaurant management, digital ordering, delivery, customer engagement and payment processing features.
Earlier this year, the company launched an AI-driven text-to-order solution for restaurants.