Bethesda, MD, February 02, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Gusto®, a nationwide leader in restaurant management technology for the fast-casual marketplace, announces their successful point–of-sale rollout to Yogurt Mountain. Birmingham, AL based Yogurt Mountain operates 39 locations throughout the United States including corporate, franchisee, and Books-A-Million stores. After an extensive search, Yogurt Mountain selected Gusto to replace their legacy point-of-sale. Without any operational interruption, Gusto deployed to all Yogurt Mountain locations within one month.
“We’re excited to be working with Yogurt Mountain,” says Gusto founder and CTO Bill Draper. “Yogurt Mountain’s selection of Gusto gives them unprecedented visibility into their business, increased flexibility in managing their different store types, and reduced training and support costs. They share our vision that POS must be more than a simple tool for accepting payments but rather a complete solution that allows operators to holistically manage their business.”
Yogurt Mountain Vice President Julie Wade noted that “The Gusto team's experience with multi-unit chains really set them apart. They focused on understanding our business needs first then developed a rollout plan that offered flexibility with our scheduling and avoided disruption. Their desire to forge a long term partnership was obvious from our very first meeting.”
Based in Bethesda, MD, Gusto offers fast-casual operators the leading cloud point of sale for managing an enterprise by combining the necessary ingredients of reliability and flexibility. To grow their businesses, restaurant owners require POS systems that bring simplicity to the front of house operations while providing a powerful back of house tool-set that yields the organized, actionable data that fuels business growth.
“We strive to be a trusted partner to Yogurt Mountain, doing for them what we believe that no other POS company could do,” says Don DeMarinis, Gusto’s Chief Revenue Officer. “The Gusto Platform is truly a technology platform and not simply a buzz word used by so many of our competitors.”
Learn more about Gusto at www.gustofb.com.