TOOS TO POS INTEGRATION

THIRD-PARTY ONLINE ORDERING SOLUTION to POINT OF SALE

Chowly In the Media

The 5 Golden Rules of Goal Setting

Published: April 14th, 2017
Original Article by: entrepreneur.com

“CHICAGO, IL — (entrepreneur.com – Jan 14th, 2017) – As entrepreneurs, we dream of being our own boss, breaking away from corporate restrictions and pursuing our passion as a business venture. We work long hours, often sacrificing family time and other obligations to do what we feel is in our blood. Being an entrepreneur isn’t for everyone, but once we start on that journey, we’re not turning back — no matter how bumpy the road gets.

50 Chicago startups to watch in 2017

Published: January 11th, 2017
Original Article by: builtinchicago.org

“CHICAGO, IL — (builtinchicago.org – Jan 11th, 2017) – Chicago’s tech star is burning bright. The industry is churning out plenty of new launches, attracting talent from across the country and keeping the scene funded with active local investors. For our annual top 50 startups to watch list, we looked at companies founded within the last five years that are poised to usher in a new era of innovation, creativity and success.”

Chowly, Inc. Expecting Record Growth in 2017

Published: December 6th, 2016
Original Article by: Finance.yahoo.com

“CHICAGO, IL–(Marketwired – Dec 6, 2016) – Chowly, Inc., a Chicago-based company providing next-generation software for the restaurant industry, is growing at a rapid rate and poised for a breakout year in 2017. Coming off of a recent seed funding round, the restaurant technology startup has expanded their client base internationally, moved into a new 2,000 square foot office space, and scaled their account management and sales teams to keep up with demand.”

Third-Party Online Ordering Is Convenient but . . .

Published: November 1st, 2016
Original Article by: Fesmag.com

“Third-party online ordering systems (TOOS) continue to surge in popularity. Also referred to as aggregators, examples of TOOS are UberEATS, Grubhub, EAT24, and DoorDash. Consumers order through apps on their phones. A restaurant unit may use as many as seven or eight aggregators.”