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Restaurant app OpenTable brings something new

Expects to add several hundred restaurants in 2016

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

3rd January, 2016

Restaurant software firm OpenTable has ambitious plans for Ireland, and expects to add several hundred restaurants in Dublin as clients over the course of 2016.

The company, which was set up in 1998 and launched in Ireland in 2015, also expects to roll out the consumer version of its service here in early 2016.

OpenTable’s software is designed to make it easier for restaurants to arrange bookings, build a database about guests, manage email campaigns, and organise restaurant operations....

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