At Orderly, we believe in helping restaurants like yours implement better processes for running the business with the LEAST amount of time, effort, and expense. We’ve started by tackling invoicing, accounting, inventory, and food spend. We’ve built the Orderly App as an easy-to-use app that will help you move away from the manual, time consuming processes we see in restaurants today. It’s a major departure from the clunky hard-to-use technology that has dominated the industry. The best part of the Orderly App is that it does the work for you. This means you’ll spend less time chasing invoices, paperwork, spreadsheets, and accounting. It also means you’ll get to spend more time on what you want… actually running the restaurant. The team at Orderly knows you’re going to be thrilled with what the Orderly App can do for you and your bottom line.
Type
Private
HQ
Atlanta, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
40 (est)+3%
Orderly was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US
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Orderly Office Locations

Orderly has an office in Atlanta
Atlanta, US (HQ)
200 1 Glenlake Pkwy NE
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Orderly Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

Total Funding

$4.5 m

Latest funding size

$450 k

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Investors

Orderly's latest funding round in December 2015 was reported to be $450 k. In total, Orderly has raised $4.5 m
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