DelaGet served with $100k investment for multi-unit restaurant SaaS


DelagetGolden Valley-based technology firm DelaGet (play on the word delegate) has recently secured $100k of a $500k fundraising round, according to a document filed with the SEC.

DelaGet’s proprietary software collects data at over 75 points of integration for 7,000 international multi-unit restaurants from 20,000 POS devices daily, according to the rather intuitive website.  This “normalized and stored” data then powers real time reports, loss prevention and payroll insights from the store level to the headquarters for operators and executives.

A rich history dates back to 1986 when restauranteurs Lee and Jeff Engler “were looking for a big picture view of their day-to-day operations…but it was almost impossible to find.”  In 1989, they had written the first lines of software, navigated through a decade of change, and patented their solution as a web based software in 1999. The timeline shows a company that has made a lot of moves and acquired dozens of customers in recent years — from A & W to Zaxby’s.

Nowadays, the company is led by CEO Bruce Clark, formerly CEO of and original founder of DelaGet’s collective headcount is pegged at 75 between Minnesota, Wisconsin and Missouri offices.