US-based provider of mobile point-of-sale systems for restaurants Lavu has entered a partnership to offer its customers access to Omnivore’s ecosystem of third-party solutions.

As part of the collaboration, restaurant operators can further streamline operations and develop enhanced customer experiences using the Lavu POS while benefiting from Omnivore’s third-party solutions.

Lavu CEO Saleem S Khatri said: “We want to provide restaurant operators access to all the technology they need in one place.

“This partnership makes it possible for our customers to access what they need to help them better serve their customers.”

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Omnivore currently connects to more than 200 applications to allow restaurant operators to access solutions in delivery, analytics, digital menus, guest engagement, online ordering and more.

Key apps include OpenTable, MarketMan, Yumpingo, Thanx and Harri.

Leveraging the Lavu POS, restaurant operators can access and deploy the Omnivore Marketplace of apps including OpenTable, MarketMan, Yumpingo, Thanx and Harri.

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Omnivore CEO Mike Wior said: “Consumers today are expecting technology to be incorporated into their experience. Our collaboration with the POS provider helps their customers easily navigate the rapidly advancing technology landscape needed to meet those expectations.”

In April, Lavu acquired MenuDrive, a mobile ordering platform for restaurants, in order to enhance customers’ experiences.