Omnivore Connect Achieves Certification as Oracle Micros Simphony Solution
CLEARWATER, FL (Jan. 20, 2022) – Omnivore, the global standard for connecting restaurant technology, announced that its Omnivore Connect API has achieved certification as an Oracle Micros Simphony 19.2 solution. This certification shows that Omnivore maintains and exceeds the standards required to partner with Oracle and continue their position in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace.
The Omnivore Connect program uses its signature API to provide restaurants access to hundreds of apps for every aspect of their business and gives them the ability to quickly test, integrate and deploy new technologies. This certification provides confidence for Omnivore customers using the Oracle Micros Point of Sale (POS) that their integrations will operate reliably and predictably.
“Omnivore’s Oracle integrations are the most robust available and with Omnivore Connect, restaurants can speed third-party applications to pilot phase and full rollout,” said Tom Fox, Chief Business Officer for Omnivore. “This partnership is crucial for Omnivore’s thousands of customers who use the Oracle Micros POS to enable them with a smooth and stable POS integration, which in turn supports their daily operations.”
This is the latest Oracle certification for Omnivore’s API which has supported all 5.x versions of Micros 3700. In addition, they have supported Simphony 2.9, 18.x and now 19.x. The Omnivore Connect program is easily accessible from the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, making purchases and deployments fast, simple and cost-effective for Oracle clients.
Learn more about the Omnivore Connect program at https://omnivore.io/api/.
Omnivore is a technology company that connects restaurants’ Point of Sale (POS) systems with technologies that improve efficiency and increase profitability. More than 22,000 restaurant locations are using the technology to solve operational challenges that range from third-party delivery to pay-at-the-table methods and to quickly adjust to changing consumer behavior. Restaurant icon Chris Sullivan is the catalyst behind Omnivore, which is based in Clearwater and successfully closed a $13 million Series A with investments from The Coca-Cola Company, Performance Food Group and Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik in 2018. For more information, visit Omnivore.io.