Omnivore launches free features to streamline restaurants’ digital connections

Omnivore launches free features to streamline restaurants’ digital connections

With Omnivore Connect, restaurants gain freedom and flexibility by unlocking the potential of the POS system

Clearwater, FL (Sept. 8, 2021) — The global standard for connecting restaurant technology is now free for restaurant operators. Restaurant technology company Omnivore has released a set of free features designed to unlock the potential of restaurants’ point of sale (POS) systems and bring choice and flexibility to the technologies restaurants choose to simplify third-party delivery.

Through the Omnivore Connect program, restaurant operators can now use Omnivore’s core API to quickly test and integrate both proven and new, cutting-edge applications and technologies that can help them run and grow their businesses to meet customers’ evolving needs.

“Some of the most popular uses for Omnivore Connect include labor and scheduling, loyalty, payment, delivery and online ordering,” said Dan Singer, CEO of Omnivore. “Omnivore Connect allows restaurants to choose one – or multiple – solutions that are quickly and easily connected to the existing POS system.”   

Omnivore connects restaurants’ POS systems to apps and technologies that streamline operations, improve efficiency, enhance guest experience, and increase profitability. New apps and technologies from industry leaders and startups alike can be rapidly scaled and deployed into hundreds or thousands of restaurant locations through Omnivore Connect. 

“Using Omnivore is key for sunday to deploy our new app in a way that restaurants trust to seamlessly integrate with their existing POS system,” said Christine de Wendel, CEO US, sunday, a payment solution for restaurants on Omnivore Connect’s Marketplace. “This seamless integration helps restaurants quickly install and vet our app, then roll it out to all their locations and concepts overnight. Omnivore is a critical part of our success.”

Sunday is a QR code-based restaurant payment application that provides pay-at-table functionality to guests. It’s one of nearly 200 solutions available on Omnivore’s Connect Marketplace that restaurants can integrate with their POS system.

In addition, Omnivore is also making select features of its popular Menu Management System free to restaurants. This includes the ability to manage multiple menus across multiple concepts, powering menu boards, kiosks, and online ordering.  

Restaurants that want to integrate and fully capitalize on delivery and off-premises sales can subscribe to Omnivore’s full suite of Menu Management System features. By subscribing, restaurants unlock Menu Management System’s ability to directly inject delivery orders and centralize menu management across all digital platforms, including DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Grubhub. The additional features drive off-premise sales while minimizing costs.

“With our technology, restaurants don’t need many months or huge IT teams to build an innovative and robust digital strategy,” said Singer. 

Visit the Omnivore {Connect} page to learn more about Omnivore and the free features that restaurants can use to operate their businesses.

Register for a free educational webinar on Sept. 28, 2021 to learn how Skip Kimpel, CIO at 4R Restaurant Group and host of the Tech Chef podcast, worked with Omnivore to add flexibility and efficiency to its daily business for its primary locations plus two virtual concepts.

About Omnivore

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