There’s little more frustrating for a restaurant guest ready to leave than waiting for the server to bring the check, biding time for the credit card payment to be picked up, and then lingering for the card to return.
“Customer experience” is the arch buzz-term of 2016, and like most jargon, it hides uncertainty. It cloaks day-to-day business in generics that sound better than real life. Frankly, we can’t create great restaurant experiences unless we bring the term down to reality.
Since its founding in 2009, TabbedOut has been bringing big data to the place you’d expect to find it — bars. The app is a convenience for patrons, allowing them to settle their tab from anywhere, give candid feedback on service and even hail an Uber without leaving the app.
Anyone who thought that the credit card would be a concept that would last forever, it could be forgiven; a lot of people certainly thought that way.
To the Millennial generation, plastic isn't so fantastic. Young American consumers are turning away from debt-inducing credit cards and toward mobile payments. And they're doing so in large numbers.
The most powerful technology trends rarely move in isolation. They are more like cyclists who cluster in a peloton, working as teams to reduce air resistance, outwit competitors and reach the finish line first.
In the tech world, it's not uncommon for an entrepreneur to start a business, scale it, and eventually move into the world of venture capital. A less likely path: venture capitalists taking the opposite leap--going from investing in startups to actually running one.
Predictions are my favorite type of self-fulfilling prophecy. Each December when the media rolls out forecasts for the coming year, we technologists have already started to act on the trends that inform our predictions.
TabbedOut, the leader in mobile payments for bars and restaurants, announced that the company has raised $2 million from Miami-based Aeterna Capital. The additional funding brings TabbedOut's Series C to $23.5 million.
TabbedOut today named Jason Morton Head of Corporate Development. Morton joins the team with nearly 10 years of experience in financial services. He will be responsible for strategic partnerships, capital market relationships and international expansion. Morton built his career at Wellington Management Company, an investor in TabbedOut.
Mozido, a global provider of trusted digital commerce and payment solutions, and TabbedOut, the quickest and most secure way to pay at thousands of bars and restaurants are partnering to improve the experience of consumers through a mobile application.
TabbedOut and Uber have teemed up in Atlanta to make your whole night out a seamless and safe experience! Starting today, our partnership with Uber gets you a free first ride that you can easily request directly through the TabbedOut app while you're out and about.
TabbedOut and Uber have partnered up again, this time for our Sunday Funday Sweepstakes giveaway! Just enter the promo code ATXFUNDAY into the TabbedOut or Uber app between now and August 24th to be automatically entered for a chance to win a whole Sunday full of fun, with three of your friends along for the rides!
Here’s yet another reason to celebrate this weekend - as if you need one. We're proud to announce our partnership with Uber starts this July 4th. If you’re headed out to enjoy the fireworks, consider your whole night out a simple, seamless and safe experience.
Imagine you’re a restaurant owner, and your place is full on a Saturday night. Yet your customers are eating and leaving at a much quicker pace, freeing up tables for more diners, thanks to technology you’ve implemented.
TabbedOut today announced that it has secured $21.5 million in Series C financing led by Wellington Management Company, with participation from previous investors NEA and Morgan Creek Capital Management.
In the tech world, it’s not uncommon for an entrepreneur to start a business, scale the company, and eventually migrate into the world of venture capital.
Citi® today announced new offers for all Citi-branded credit cardmembers via TabbedOut -- a free mobile payments app that enables simple, electronic settling of restaurant checks and bar tabs.
Trying to pay your tab or waiting for the check can be incredibly frustrating. But with the new app, TabbedOut, say goodbye to flagging down your bartender or server.
More than 5,000 locations nationwide accept TabbedOut. Once users inform servers they plan to pay with TabbedOut, they have the option of paying their tab while still in the restaurant or having the app close it for them automatically once they leave.
Just $1 can provide up to $5 worth of food, or 2.5 meals, for a person in need. TabbedOut is joining the fight to end hunger by pledging $1 to the Capital Area Food Bank for every bar and restaurant tab closed using TabbedOut in the Austin, Texas area during the month of May.
Merchant Warehouse and TabbedOut have formed a partnership that will serve to co-market each company's payment solutions and make mobile payments, digital marketing and loyalty programs a reality for thousands of businesses nationwide, the companies announced in a press release.
There's no more need to flag down a bartender to open a tab, only to retrieve your bill at the end of the night and see a much larger balance than what you expected.
If you run a bar or restaurant, you can rely on suppositions to guide your business. Then again, "My grandmother's sweet potato fries will keep 'em coming back" may be a bit thin when it comes to creating long-term viability.
Tabbedout today announced it has received $7.75 million in venture capital. The Austin-based company announced the Series B financing deal Thursday on its website.
Tabbedout, the merchant marketing and mobile payment solution provider for restaurants and bars, has expanded their partnership with the restaurant point-of-sale (POS) company Future POS.
Because waiting for the check stinks. Tabbedout, a startup backed by $5.75 million from NEA and others, has been developing a platform that allows bar and restaurant customers to pay for their tab using their smartphone.