Sourcery Technologies Selected to Exhibit in the National Restaurant Association’s Startup Alley

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The National Restaurant Association selected Sourcery Technologies to participate in Startup Alley.

Sourcery announced today that they will be showcasing their unique accounts payable technology system during the National Restaurant Association’s annual conference in Chicago, IL. Sourcery will be exhibiting at booth 8424K in Startup Alley which is being held at McCormick Place from May 21-24, 2016. Startup Alley was created by the NRA to showcase companies that are thinking outside the box, with technologies not normally used in the restaurant industry.

Sourcery Payments is a seamless interface to help restaurants, commercial kitchens, food retailers, and restaurant accounting firms digitally manage invoicing and payments with advanced dashboard insights for real-time spend monitoring and improved cash flow management.

“By essentially taking over this part of the operation, we’re enabling our customers to focus on what they really love: cooking delicious meals and delivering outstanding customer experiences,” says Sourcery’s CEO Na’ama Moran. “Restaurant owners are really passionate about food, but they really don’t like to manage cash flows. That’s what Sourcery does so well, and why we’ve been selected to exhibit.”

Sourcery’s integrations with most accounting software– including QuickBooks, Dynamics GP, Intacct, Netsuite, Sage and Xero – as well as partnerships with Restaurant365, Heartland Payment Systems, Revel POS, and restaurant management systems throughout the industry, allow Sourcery to streamline restaurants’ day-to-day back office activities – freeing them up to focus on their employees, customers, and their passion – serving great food.

Sourcery has already built an impressive list of users. Some of the leading tech companies with their own kitchens, like Palantir, Dropbox, and Airbnb, are all Sourcery users. Popular restaurants like Elephants Deli, Snap Kitchen, Eastman Egg, Bracco World Café, Pizza Hacker, and Nerai also rely on Sourcery.

In fact, some of the biggest venture capitalists are already taking note of Sourcery’s huge growth potential. Palantir’s cofounder Joe Lonsdale, Yammer CTO Adam Pisoni, and ex-Oracle CFO Jeff Epstein are all part of the investor group.

“Sourcery is solving a real business problem in a highly focused and underserved vertical with massive potential for network effects,” Lonsdale said in a statement.

Sourcery has developed the next generation Accounts Payable Platform for restaurants, caterers and corporate kitchens of all sizes. With Sourcery’s foodservice expertise, easy-to-use technology, and unmatched customer support, professional food businesses trust Sourcery to make their back-of-the-houses more efficient. Those wishing to learn more can go to or call (415) 590-1062.

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