RezKū Revolutionizes the Billion Dollar Restaurant Reservation Industry

Restaurateurs have powerful option to OpenTable.

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Now restaurateurs have a robust option to OpenTable.

Davis, CA (PRWEB) February 06, 2014

Technology is finally forcing a renaissance in the restaurant industry. RezKū, launched February 3, 2014, delivers innovative reservation management software without the cover fees.

OpenTable's first real competitor with a 20 inch mulit-touch monitor, RezKū is not a tablet app, it is a full featured solution. "This is what the industry has been waiting for", says Paul Katsch, co-founder of DinnerWire, the parent company of RezKu, and former restaurateur. The flat-rate subscription (staring at $300/month) includes the RezKu system: the software, front-of-house computer system, the back of house portal and tech support.

In his own restaurant, Katsch knew there was a need for powerful software that could handle a busy front-of-house. He tried using a table app but he felt "it was just too small and awkward." And worst of all, Katsch says, “there were no other alternatives unless I wanted to pay expensive cover fees.”

After two years of exhaustive restaurant research, software engineers unveiled a system that's a culmination of the best parts of tech. “We worked meticulously to develop the most useful, forward thinking and beautiful system,” says co-founder Theron Luhn. “RezKū is built to boost efficiency and profit.”

RezKu was designed for the busiest restaurants in America. It is jam-packed with features, including the ability to text customers, an online guestbook (to log food allergies or a wine preference), detailed statistics, a customizable dining room and a cloud-based system that allows easy account access. It's the fastest and easiest system to learn on the market.

The buck doesn't stop here. The RezKū team is continuing to develop. “This is just the beginning, we're working on a few other projects for restaurants we're eager to launch.”


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