Trabon is pleased to announce their strategic partnership with digital signage solutions provider Raydiant.
With this partnership, Trabon's menu management platform, MenuNet, will be available on Raydiant's digital signage experience platform. This new integration will enable restaurants to use MenuNet to create their digital menus and Raydiant to manage the display of menus in real-time, from anywhere.
Commenting on the partnership, Tony Trabon, VP of Product Development at Trabon said: "Raydiant has built a great digital signage platform and we look forward to working together to support restaurant operators that are adding or expanding their use of digital menu boards and signage. The evolving landscape has accelerated the need for streamlined processes and integrated platforms".
"We're incredibly excited to partner with Trabon and bring their 40+ years of restaurant menu experience to the Raydiant platform. This has been a painful time for restaurant operators but we're looking forward to doing everything we can to support them as they prepare to reopen to guests," said Raydiant CEO Bobby Marhamat.
As restaurants reopen, communication of both marketing offers and safety protocols are more important than ever. Digital signage provides restaurant operators with the ability to create seamless online and offline experiences that drive sales, reinforce their brand values, and ensure their message is communicated properly.
Trabon customers will benefit from this partnership by receiving special Raydiant hardware and subscription discounts. For the remainder of 2020, Raydiant will provide Trabon MenuNet customers with FREE ScreenRay hardware. For more information on Trabon's MenuNet for Raydiant, click here.
Raydiant, formerly known as Mira Technologies, was founded in 2017 after realizing there was an industry need for an innovative commercial platform to run screen-based applications on dynamic digital displays. Raydiant found that many enterprises needed ways to run applications on screens serving customers, clients and employees, but the current industry solutions were often bespoke, improvised, unreliable, inefficient and incredibly expensive.