UrbanPiper Raises $7.5 Million in Series A Funding

Started in 2015, UrbanPiper has more than 75 employees working toward building product automation for restaurants and helping them increase productivity.
  • Kritika Agrawal Correspondent, Restaurant India
Started in 2015, UrbanPiper has more than 75 employees working toward building product automation for restaurants and helping them increase productivity.

Bangalore based company, UrbanPiper Technology Pvt. Ltd. that provides software to restaurants has raised $7.5 million in Series-A funds from Tiger Global and Sequoia India.

UrbanPiper’s largely helps in connecting food delivery partners and restaurant pomy of sale systems. By bringing automation to their online presence across various channels, this startup is in the business of proving dashboards to restaurants. It has clients such as Pizza Hut, McDonalds, Café Coffee Day, OYO, Wow momo, Eat.Fit, Haldirams nad Chai Point. Earlier this startup had raised funds from Axilor Ventures and Zoho's cofounder Kumar Vembu.
 

The company is planning to use the funds to further scale up the team and create a product suite for international expansion, ET reported.

“We have been powering some of the most reputed restaurant brands in India and are ready to scale our offerings to help millions of restaurant partners across the globe,” said Saurabh Gupta, co-founder of UrbanPiper.
 

“UrbanPiper is helping restaurants reduce costs and improve connectivity with diners and food delivery platforms,” said Scott Shleifer, partner, Tiger Global Management.

Started in 2015, UrbanPiper has more than 75 employees working toward building product automation for restaurants and helping them increase productivity.

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