Roll-Em-Up Taquitos Announces Five Strategic Tech Partnerships
Street-casual taquito franchise rolls out new list of vendor partnerships
September 22, 2021 // Franchising.com // CHINO HILLS, CA - Announced today, Roll-Em-Up Taquitos - a taquito-focused franchise, is deepening its bench of partners in the technology space. The brand will add five new preferred vendors and have negotiated beneficial contracts to offer their products and services to its franchise partner base.
The partnerships include:
- Olo, an on-demand commerce platform that is powering the restaurant industry’s digital transformation through online ordering and mobile.
- Punchh a loyalty & engagement platform that enables brands to deliver omnichannel customer loyalty programs in-store and digitally.
- Toast POS, a fully-integrated restaurant POS system and all-in-one restaurant management platform designed for restaurants of all sizes.
- Restaurant365, an accounting, inventory, scheduling, payroll and HR solution developed specifically for restaurants.
- FranConnect, a franchise management software provider.
“We are pleased to partner with these providers and broaden the growing collection of handpicked solutions for our franchisees,” said Chris Wyland, Chief Development Officer of Roll-Em-Up Taquitos. “Roll-Em-Up's mission is to put together a best-in-class technology offering, and we are confident that, as a result of our thorough vetting process, each of these providers will enable our franchise partners to create the best possible technology ecosystem for their restaurants.”
The story of Roll-Em-Up Taquitos’ is simple and began in the home of the Usrey family, where Father (Ron) and Son (Ryan) fell in love with Mama Karen’s famous beef taquitos. The Usrey family-including patriarch Ron - always talked about opening their taquitos-only eatery, but unfortunately, Mama Karen passed before that dream became a reality. Fast-forward to today, they are “Blastin Reggae” and opened the first Roll-Em-Up Taquitos in Chino Hills, California in 2019, where they sold an average of 3,500 taquitos a day.
“In a time where the restaurant industry relies heavily on technology, we are excited to partner with these vendors in the tech space,” stated Ryan Usrey, CEO and Founder of Roll-Em-Up Taquitos.
SOURCE Roll-Em-Up Taquitos
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