Bill Payment, Restaurant Management Platform MarginEdge Secures $45M via Series C

MarginEdge, the restaurant management and bill payment platform, announced it has raised a $45 million Series C investment “led by Ten Coves Capital with participation from Fiserv, Derive Ventures, and all previous institutional investors.”

This funding, “which more than doubles funding to date to over $70 million, not only validates MarginEdge’s significant growth to date and solution, but also highlights the market’s continued excitement for restaurant technology.”

Founded and led by restaurateurs, MarginEdge is “focused on simplifying the complex business of running a restaurant with a platform that offers market leading invoice processing, inventory management, recipe analysis, budgeting, performance tracking, and supplier bill payment capabilities.”

MarginEdge says that it “empowers better business decisions with real-time data and insights, drives meaningful cost efficiencies and gives essential time back to operators.”

Ned May, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Ten Coves Capital, stated:

“When we first met the MarginEdge team, we were struck by the quality of the product and the team’s deep expertise in restaurant operations. They have already had a massive impact on thousands of restaurants with a powerful combination of best-in-class technology and a deep commitment to a culture of hospitality and service; and yet, there’s still such an enormous opportunity before them. Our team is excited for the opportunity to further accelerate their mission.”

With the new capital, MarginEdge plans “to continue scaling the team and broadening the functionality of core product offerings to deepen its impact on the operators it serves.”

Bo Davis, CEO and Co-Founder of MarginEdge, remarked:

“Our North Star has always been empowering operators with technology and real-time data to make more informed decisions and getting them back to doing the part of the job they love. In the current environment, and with everything the restaurant community has had to navigate these last few years, this mission has never been more important.”

These strategic investments also “represent excitement around MarginEdge’s growing embedded payments and financial service offerings.”

MarginEdge claims it is “uniquely positioned to deliver value to restaurants and to the Company’s rapidly growing network of suppliers.”

MarginEdge is “integrated with over 50 POS and accounting platforms and in 2022 alone, entered into strategic collaboration and integrations with powerful partners such as Intuit, Gordon Food Service, 7shifts, and SpotOn.”

CEO Bo Davis said:

“Partnering with other firms in our ecosystem is core to helping operators and critical to MarginEdge.” 

As noted in the udpate, MarginEdge’s mission is “to create a world where restaurant operators can focus on the business they love.”

By using technology to eliminate unproductive paperwork and streamline the flow of operational data, MarginEdge is “reimagining the back office and freeing restaurants to spend more time on their culinary offerings and guest experiences.”

The platform “offers invoice processing, inventory management, recipe analysis, budgeting, performance tracking and supplier bill payment capabilities.”

Founded by industry veterans, MarginEdge says that it “serves a diverse group of operators from single units and small chains to large franchise and hospitality groups, providing a high impact product that resonates across the hospitality industry.”

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