"I am the CEO of Resercom, a DFW-based online ordering company. I started Resercom in 2005, and our original intent was to develop a system for the local market. It has sure been exciting to see the local one store operation do very well with online…"
"Hello All - My name is Erik Hanson and I'm in the restaurant online ordering industry. My company was founded in 2005 in Dallas, Texas. I am always interested in learning about new and existing technologies that can help restaurants prosper. I…"
"I started Resercom in 2005 - and just last night - I saw an advertisement from Chili's promoting their online ordering system. While I was a bit sad since I courted Brinker since 2005 and was very excited when they contacted us to request and…"
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I am the founder and CEO of Resercom, a DFW-based restaurant online ordering company. The original concept for RAZ, the Resercom online ordering solution, was conceived during my experience in the restaurant industry (I worked in the trenches as a waiter in many different concepts). I believe this first-hand experience was critical to understanding the needs of the restaurant industry and operator. I hope this is shows in the RAZ solution.
Prior to launching Resercom, I was the co-founder and vice president for a start-up online hospitality services company. Upon my departure from this company, I really began to study patron practices, food service trends and emerging technologies to make Resercom more than just an online ordering company for restaurants.
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