The tech startup Bite Ninja, which enables restaurant workers to work remotely, announced today that it has closed a $11.3 million bridge fundraising round, increasing the company’s total capital raised to date to $15.4 million.
The company’s award-winning remote staffing technology will be developed even further thanks to this round of funding, and more employees will be made available to assist Bite Ninja’s expanding sales and marketing initiatives aimed at the whole QSR industry.
Manta Ray Ventures, Owl Ventures, Agfunder, Pioneer Fund, and TRAC Unicorn Fund are some of the major investors in this most recent investment round. The most recent bridge investment will support Bite Ninja’s unique tech platform and accelerate the company’s already fast expansion over the previous year.
Five of the top 20 quick-service restaurants in the nation presently have a contract with Bite Ninja, and more are anticipated to sign on by the end of Q4. Most recently, Bite Ninja successfully introduced both its command centre solution for enterprise-level workforce performance monitoring and deployment, which gives restaurant owners an extra solution to their current drive-thru services, and its front counter customer-facing platform.
“Bite Ninja is currently powering some of the most notable quick service restaurants from coast to coast, providing operators with access to more than 12,000 qualified ‘Ninjas’ ready to serve customers and fill open shifts. We’re excited to push forward with the growth including targeting expansion overseas.”Will Clem, CEO and co-founder, Bite Ninja
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